Josh believes young people have superpowers, and his goal is to awaken and empower the entrepreneur within an individual at an early age. Prior to founding Quarter Zero (formerly Catapult), he served as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence for Ashoka’s Youth Venture, an organization that promotes a global culture of youth initiated positive change. Since its inception, Q-Zero has worked with 370+ students from 40 states and seven countries with alumni generating $5M and 70% going on to start second ventures. Josh loves cycling, playing Kubb, and lives in New York City with his wife Lucy.
PANEL SERIES: How to Measure a Social Venture
This panel series will highlight key learnings on how to start, scale, and measure a successful social venture.