Joshua is the director of entrepreneurship programs and a teaching assistant professor of entrepreneurship at the Daniels College of Business, University of Denver. Joshua has taught undergraduate courses on entrepreneurship, business and technology at the Daniels College of Business since 2009. His teaching and professional interests focus on entrepreneurship, early stage business development, 4th Industrial Revolution technology, cybersecurity, strategy and information technology.
Joshua is a proven technology entrepreneur with 20 years’ experience in software development, security and IT services. After spending three years working for a healthcare startup during and after graduate school (at the Daniels College of Business), Joshua founded up2speed computer solutions, a technology services company. After 8 years growing up2speed, Joshua had a successful sale in 2011.
Joshua provides technology consulting to medium and large companies focusing on technology strategy and efficiency. Joshua specializes in helping companies understand their technology assets, create a technology roadmap, and mitigate cybersecurity risks and exposure.
- MBA with an Emphasis in Information Technology, University of Denver Daniels College of Business
- BA in Communication, University of Colorado Boulder
Classes Taught at Daniels College of Business
- 4th Industrial Revolution
- Gateway to Business
- Blockchain, Cryptocurrency & Bitcoin
- Idea to First Dollar Sale
- Information Technology
- Cloud Technologies
- mountain biking
- road biking
- working with entrepreneurs