Josh has built his career championing community connections utilizing his solution-finding approach.

He has led organizations in historic growth, business advocacy and public policy development while increasing stakeholder engagement between industry and governments at the most senior levels.

Notably, Josh spent time in Washington, D.C. working at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institution and began his career as a research biologist with the Canadian Wildlife Service and ran fundraising and communications for the Nature Conservancy of Canada in Saskatchewan.

He also led fund development at the University of Alberta for its libraries, museums and archives and his efforts contributed to the repatriation of Major General Sir Sam Steele’s Collection from England. He credits this project as encouraging him to become active in the Canadian Armed Forces community.


Plants Find New Homes in Esquimalt Neighbourhood

TLA invites neighbours to participate in a “Take Your Plant” event, where those neighbours could come and harvest the plants and shrubbery from the Sterling site in order to rehome them in their own backyards.

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A Sterling Addition to Esquimalt

TLA participates in sacred pipe ceremony and honours the area’s history with a new Indigenous name for upcoming development.

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