Strategy & Innovation
Future of Work & Economic Opportunity
New Models of Secondary & Postsecondary Education
Action-Based & Lifelong Learning
Josh is currently a full-time M.B.A. student at The University of Michigan Stephen M. Ross School of Business. Prior to business school, he spent ~8 years working at Fortune 50 companies across the technology, consumer packaged goods, media and entertainment, and retail sectors.
Growing up in Northern Michigan, where a majority of his peers did not graduate with a college/university degree, drives his desire to improve “middle-skill” workforce development. He believes improving workforce education for those that do not complete a traditional post-secondary degree is the most efficient way to eliminate generational economic insecurity across the U.S. and abroad. Recognizing his individual perspective, he actively works to broaden his worldview to redefine the goals and outcomes that result from a fragmented education system. He looks forward to learning from and working with Entangled’s stakeholders across professional sectors to create a clear pathway for all to achieve economic security as society continues its rapid progression into the next industrial revolution.
As an avid fan of football and basketball, despite attending U of M, he remains a loyal Michigan State Spartan, where he earned his B.A. in International Affairs.