Joshua is a consultant and coach with Strelo Group. He is nationally regarded for his approaches in helping communities put diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging at the forefront.
His sense of universal spirituality infuses his passion to support leaders in being more courageous, aligned, and authentic. He is skilled in leading brave conversations to benefit the common good.
As the first recipient of the Georgia Center for Nonprofits’ Revolutionary Nonprofit Leader award, Joshua has founded and led groundbreaking organizations and programs that put the dignity of people at the center. Advocating for LGBT rights, racial and gender equity, and interfaith understanding is his hallmark.
Joshua participated in the first Teach for America corps in New Orleans, an experience that directed him to rabbinical school to pursue his vision of a more just world. He honed his expert listening by being a certified Spiritual Director with B’chol L’vavcha and his advocacy through completing programs like the Andrew Young Public Square Fellowship, JOIN for Justice and the Rabbinic Global Fellowship for the American Jewish World Service.
Joshua holds a Master of Hebrew Letters (M.H.L.) from Reconstructionist Rabbinical College as well as both a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies and a bachelor’s degree in Human Development and Social Policy from Northwestern University. He is a Level Up Certified Integral Facilitative Leader.
He loves lifting weights and running on the Atlanta Beltline with his dog Opal.