Joshua comes to Hattery from a product manager role at Google. He also has experience as a social entrepreneur, having founded BRUTE LABS and WellDone International. Since their inception, these organizations have launched over 12 initiatives including implementing clean water projects in Africa and distributing maps to homeless residents of Santa Monica.
At Google, Joshua led technology development for global email communications to advertisers, publishers and users. He also served as a business development consultant with Google.org. Joshua was named “one of the top 15 college students in America” by Newsweek for the impact he created through thoughtful design aimed at fostering social and political awareness.
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