Staff Writer, The Washington Stand
Joshua hails from Clemson, South Carolina, where he was homeschooled with his five siblings. He graduated from Patrick Henry College with a B.A. in Government and a special emphasis in American Politics and Policy. He later attended the Pepperdine University School of Public Policy and graduated as valedictorian with a Master’s in Public Policy, emphasizing Economics and American Policy. Before joining Family Research Council, Joshua also worked for the National Pro-Life Alliance and parentalrights.org, as well as interning in the White House Office of Speechwriting.
Joshua is regularly involved with a church which meets on Capitol Hill, of which he is a member. He enjoys reading God’s Word and biographies of faithful saints, and exults in the hope of eternal life found in Jesus Christ. He is passionate about presenting policy issues in terms people can understand and hopes to approach every issue from a biblical worldview. His hobbies range from reading to cycling to anything nerdy to cooking to board games. He lives with his wife and son in Maryland.