Josh supports clients seeking to amplify their impact and discover opportunities for philanthropic investment. Incorporating quantitative and qualitative approaches, Josh works across multiple workstreams to address unique challenges and develop effective solutions.
With experience in the nonprofit and private sectors, Josh meets clients and individuals where they are, embracing clear communication and collaboration as keys to successful project management. Josh most recently supported pharmaceutical and clinical research clients at an international translations company, where he consistently balanced and monitored regulatory deadlines, project financials, and client-specific requirements to ensure data integrity and facilitate the timely development of high-quality technical deliverables. Josh has additional experience in the philanthropic and social impact sectors through his work at Geneva Global’s sister nonprofit, Global Impact, where he provided fundraising strategy and advisory support to nonprofit and INGO clients seeking to bolster and expand programs and impact.
Josh holds a Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies and French Studies from Colby College and has completed a range of courses in philanthropy, international development, and global health.
Why did you decide to work at Geneva Global?
Geneva Global has a unique culture—and embrace—of continued and life-long learning. Having been raised in a family of educators and public servants, continuous learning has been core to my life and professional development. The opportunity to be part of such a passionate and collaborative team, and to work with and alongside clients who share these values, enriches my life and allows me to reshape and supplement my understanding and knowledge of how our world works.
What brings you joy?
Spending time with my friends and family. Observing and spending time in nature. Travelling to new destinations and broadening my understanding of our world. Gardening and backyard birdwatching.
Who or what has inspired you to do the work that you do?
Growing up in rural Maine and in an economically disadvantaged area, I have always been curious to understand why inequalities exist, how they differ from place-to-place, and what can be done to address these problems and strengthen communities. My family always encouraged me to seek out educational opportunities and to support my local community, and I am grateful for the opportunities to learn and support communities all over the world every day through my work.
What’s an interesting fact that others would not know about you?
I have a fascination with art and antiques! As a collector of both, and as an amateur oil painter, I have a deep appreciation for the history, intent, and skill behind each piece. Though the origins or creators may be unknown, or well known, objects from the past make history tangible in our day-to-day life and connect us to individuals and the circumstances or situations in which they lived.