Joshua has 20 years of environmental experience in outreach, education, policy and research. He is Membership Services Director for the Environmental Grantmakers Association, where he implements recruitment and retention strategies, manages an Environmental Fellows Program, promotes Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives, and oversees events. He previously coordinated sustainability at The New School focused on energy, waste and water management and a green grants program, and as Brooklyn Compost Project Manager at Brooklyn Botanic Garden. He has consulted on-air research with Columbia University, NYC Mayor’s Office, and Center for the Biology of Natural Systems, and on environmental justice campaigns with US EPA and rail-trail advocacy with the National Park Service. Joshua holds an MPA, Environmental Science and Policy, Columbia University, and a BA, Environmental Science and Visual Arts, Hampshire College. He is developing a queer family camp in Greene County as a place for community, healing through nature, and mentoring.