Throughout his career, Joseph has led efforts to bring about innovative change in communities through leadership roles in mission-driven organizations. From developing and implementing child abuse prevention programs to creating a holistic legal and social work service model for low-income individuals, he has remained focused on the empowerment of individuals and communities.
Joseph's current role as Executive Director of Emmaus House, a ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, offers him the opportunity to combine his faith-driven commitment to social justice with his experience implementing effective programs that help families move from poverty to self-sufficiency.
After graduating from Spring Arbor University, Joseph received his Masters degree in Social Work from the University of Michigan, where his studies focused on management of human service organizations. He is passionate about people, committed to social justice, inspired by the strength of communities, and fueled by copious amounts of good coffee.
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