A leader that is driven by a humanitarian vision and entrepreneurial spirit. His creativity is expressed through connecting people and ideas, along with finding new paths of communication in the community. He plans to unify Nantucket's leadership with a common self-sustaining vision and looks for a team to achieve this goal.
Wabash College - Wabash College is a small, private, liberal arts college for men, located in Crawfordsville, In.
Major/Minor: Psychology/Religion 2010 - 2014 (Did not graduate)
A network of consultants and professional service providers for small businesses, start-ups and organizations.
Wabash College Career Services
A department that offers services for Wabash Men to get them prepared for life after college.
A higher education startup to solve college admissions problems using big data and social networking.
The Thirst Project is a non-profit organization whose aim is to bring safe drinking water to communities around the world.
A tribe of socially focused and driven young professionals.
Microsoft Suite, Wordpress, Squarespace, HTML5, CSS, JIRA, Google Apps, SAAS, Hubspot, Saleforce IQ
Visioning, Strategy, Project Planning, Technical Ideation/Innovation, Brainstorming, Pattern Recognition, System Mapping, Market Analytics, Marketing, Fundraising, Partnerships
Entrepreneurship, Technology, Transformative Technology, Education, Community Building, Integral Theory, Action Inquiry, Consciousness, AI, Self-Actualization, Human Design
Justin is versatile and articulate, with an exceptional ability to learn quickly. He also thinks big, while developing clear, concrete goals that help him achieve a goal. His work on entrepreneurship in our office and his leadership among his peers has been invaluable.Dr. James Jeffries, Chief Learning Officer at iScribes
It’s rare that I encounter someone of Justin’s maturity and communications skill. Justin has the heart of an entrepreneur, and tremendous enthusiasm to go along with that. He is able to take more complex concepts and explain them in understandable terms, and explain them in different ways if the first explanation didn’t “click”.Robert Shook, Program Director at IBM