Joshua (he, him, his) is the Law Center’s Manager of Philanthropic Engagement, where he works with the generous individuals and families who are committed to funding the fight for gender justice through law, culture, and policy change. As a fundraiser, he is passionate about working with donors at every level who are interested in mobilizing their networks and resources to dismantle systems of oppression on the basis of race, sex, and gender.
Prior to joining the Law Center, Joshua was an alumnus of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation’s Hilton Laureate Fellowship for emerging leaders in the humanitarian sector, where he served as a Laureate Fellow to SOS Children’s Villages—the largest non-governmental organization in the world dedicated to the care of orphaned and abandoned children. In addition to this, he has worked in fundraising and communications roles for a variety of domestic and international nonprofits.
Joshua is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) D.C. Metropolitan Area Chapter and has appeared as a speaker and published author on the topics he is deeply passionate about—philanthropy, gender, and racial justice—at AFP’s International Conference, the National Communication Association’s Annual Conference, the Nonprofit Times, and the Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology.