Joshua is a Senior at Carnegie Mellon University, where he studies both Finance and Operations Management with a minor in Innovation & Entrepreneurship.
Joshua is constantly engaged both in and out of the classroom – he has worked with a handful of startups, helping develop better strategies for the implementation of their products/services, as well as better appeal to their target audiences. Outside the realm of startups is where his work is more diversified, ranging from using finance and marketing analyses to engage in company evaluations to consulting with local business through school projects. Notably, Joshua established a non-profit organization with his high school classmate in order to fund higher level education to students in Bali Community College, Cameroon. He is also a Founding Father, and avid member, of Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity at Carnegie Mellon University.
As a spoken word poet, Joshua has performed in a variety of places, including the EF Educational Summit in Davos, Switzerland, and he loves to publicly speak. In his free time, he enjoys travelling, writing, recreational sports/games, and music production.
Joshua’s primary investment interests include management information technology, social media, music technologies, and non-profits.