Josh recently graduated from the University of Minnesota with a B.S. in mechanical engineering and a minor in product design. His passion as an undergraduate was (and still is) the study of makerspaces, places where communities create. He has advocated for spaces and systems that support project-based learning through his participation in the Stanford d.school's University Innovation Fellows program, his work as an officer in the Tesla Works student organization, and as co-founder of the annual 10,000 Makes Makeathon. Josh is now creatively solving problems at healthcare giant Epic and discovering new ways to support the creative endeavors of his surrounding communities.