Josh serves as Director of Strategy at Designsensory and shares conversations across the country on diversity and inclusion in advertising. He is earning his PhD from Clemson University focusing on advertising and disability is also adjunct faculty teaching media strategy at the University of Tennessee. He is author of the blog Advertising and Disability and is a noted advocate, speaker and resource on the subject of disability, diversity and advertising for journalists, educators and industry leaders.

Josh was appointed advisor to the Global Alliance of Disability in Media & Entertainment and serves on the City of Knoxville Mayor’s Council on Disability Issues. Josh has spoken at the White House, shared insights to the 4A’s president and Diversity Committee, the president of AAF and the MOSAIC board and co-authored white papers and written college textbooks on the subject. In 2015, he was inducted into the AAF Knoxville chapter Hall of Fame, served as the Diversity Chair for AAF District 7 and in 2018 received the AAF Silver Medal. He is partially blind and visually impaired, which gives him a unique perspective and he always clearly sees the best in everyone.

Join us on Tuesday, April 17th at 6:30 PM at the Siskin Children’s Institute
(1101 Carter St, Chattanooga, TN 37402)