Co-Owner of Noodle Station
Mitchel Jason Zelman, resides in Boca Raton, FL and is originally from Parkland, FL. In addition to being the Co-owner of Noodle Station, is a full-time entrepreneur, insurance broker, and lover of ramen.
As a graduate of Florida State University (FSU) and a Risk Management and Insurance major in college, Zelman discovered his passion for business and entrepreneurship at an early age.
Zelman’s enthusiasm and love of business helped quickly lead his career to great success.
After graduation, he went on to join a wholesale insurance brokerage in 2003, where he became a vital industry player. He created a team capable of handling a wide variety of property and casualty placements by building long-lasting relationships with retail agents and insurance company underwriters.
Zelman successfully managed a large and diverse book of business by developing solutions for complicated risks. He is known for his innovative approach to problem-solving, and his ability to create connections with agents and carriers. Due to these admirable qualities, Zelman quickly became a mentor to new talent entering the industry. His passion for continuous learning inspires a culture where his team members are dedicated to developing their full potential. This passion was a driving force that inspired him to launch his own consulting and sales team training business, Last Look Consulting Group.
It was Zelman’s passion for entrepreneurship and good food that led him to partner with Walter Harris and several others to bring Noodle Station’s “Asian street food with soul” to South Florida. After hearing Harris’s vision for Noodle Station, Zelman instantly knew the restaurant would be top-notch and the partnership was a sealed deal.
Zelman is deeply committed to giving back to the South Florida community where Noodle Station is located. He’s a supporter of the Children’s Tumor Foundation and the Angelman Syndrome Foundation. He has participated in events that have helped raise funds and awareness to improve the health of individuals and families affected by Neurofibromatosis and Angelman Syndrome.
Zelman has participated in raising funds for the SOS Foundation, and serves as the Chairman of the Fishing Committee at the Lighthouse Point Yacht Club. He is also an avid supporter of ocean conservation and clean-up.