A philanthropy executive with thirteen years of experience, Josh Pushkin has worked with over a dozen nonprofit organizations in both consultative and full time roles to transform development and communications strategies and practices for campaigns and events to enable non-profit organizations to exceed goals. An advisor who helps charities craft cases with measurable impacts, Josh has had a special focus on organizational leadership, major gifts, strategy development, leveraging corporate social responsibility strategies, and creating moves management systems.
After completing a Masters in Public Administration from Cornell University, Josh began his career with CCS Fund Raising directing feasibility studies and capital campaigns where he worked with organizations such as the US Fund for UNICEF, Theatre Development
Fund, and The World Union for Progressive Judaism.
Among the institutions that have benefited from Josh’s professional counsel are:
– AFS Intercultural Programs USA, New York, NY
– Cable Positive, New York, NY
– Congregation Beth Simchat Torah, New York, NY
– CUNY, New York, NY
– Housing Works, New York, NY
– Kaufman Center, New York, NY
– New York Public Library, New York, NY
– New York Public Radio, New York, NY
– Public Service Center, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
– Rainforest Alliance, New York, NY
– The New York Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, New York, NY
– Theatre Development Fund
– U.S. Fund for UNICEF, New York, NY
– World Union for Progressive Judaism, New York, NY
Josh received both his Bachelor of Sciences and Masters in Public Administration from Cornell University. He lives in New York City.