9 – 12
M.Ed. Secondary Education,
B.S. Psychology and History,
University of Pittsburgh
“I became a Neubauer Fellow to learn from the best to enhance my practice as a principal. As a Neubauer Fellow, we are exposed to top-notch professional development. In addition, serving as part of a cohort has allowed me to develop professional relationships and connections that inspire me to take my school to the next level.”
Joshua has served as the principal of Lankenau Environmental Science Magnet High School since 2016. Under Joshua’s leadership, Lankenau received recognition for growth in Keystone Performance and experienced a nearly 20% increase in students attending 95% or more. The school was recognized for having 100% of its Class of 2017 graduate and is a recipient of the Heart of America – Week of Possibilities and Aspen Challenge – Impact awards. Lankenau is a Pennsylvania Title 1 Distinguished School.
Joshua has been an educator since 2005. Prior to becoming a principal, Joshua served as a social studies teacher, roster chair, and dean of students. In 2013, Joshua was a recipient of the Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation Award for Distinguished Teaching. Joshua grew up in Dresher, Pennsylvania.