Joshua graduated with honors from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst with a B.A. in Psychology and Theater. While there, he served a Research Assistant and Project Leader for an Affect and Social Cognition lab. His passion for student support led him to a career in admissions, having worked with Harvard Law School and Franklin & Marshall College. Joshua furthered his understanding of postsecondary education by receiving an M.S.Ed. in Higher Education from the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education in 2016.
Outside of education, Joshua is passionate about the performing arts. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for a local, non-profit theater company. Despite having a degree in performance, Joshua specializes in production design. When not working with students or on a new show, Joshua likes to spend his time outdoors or with a good book.
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