Role at FSG
At FSG, Joshua works as a consultant to address pressing social problems. He conducts research and analysis, leverages his studies of social policy, and generates insights for clients. Joshua is particularly interested in shared valued and collective impact initiatives.
As an undergraduate, Joshua researched strategies for poverty reduction and social entrepreneurship in the city of Fort Worth while volunteering with nonprofit organizations. He also served as student body president of TCU, generating multi-stakeholder solutions to improve diversity and inclusiveness. Upon graduation, Joshua worked at Google to address problems related to employee attrition and managed relationships with Google alumni across the tech industry. Joshua then earned his master’s degree from the University of Oxford, where he specialized in poverty policy and family policy. His coursework centered on welfare systems in high-income countries, and his research explored social protection systems in emerging economies, especially conditional cash transfers in Sub-Saharan Africa.
- University of Oxford, St Anne’s College, MSc in Comparative Social Policy
- Texas Christian University (TCU), BS in Political Science, Chancellor’s Scholar, summa cum laude
- Texas Christian University (TCU), BBA in Management, Entrepreneurship, and Leadership, Chancellor’s Scholar, summa cum laude
On working at FSG
“After reading Porter and Kramer’s article Creating Shared Value, I knew I wanted to work for FSG. I’m very fortunate to join an organization of brilliant people who are motivated to produce systems change. FSG understands the complexity of social problems and our strategies reflect this reality. I’m grateful to be part of a team that brings stakeholders together for the common good.”