Josh is an instructional designer at Bixal and works on designing and developing interactive training content for the Department of Justice's (DOJ’s) Office of Audit, Assessment and Management (OAAM). He collaborates with other team members to create innovative training materials for DOJ’s new grants management software, which will be seen by thousands of the department’s employees. Additionally, he determines the best use of microlearning for the DOJ’s training materials and has been key in integrating a new SharePoint site housing the DOJ’s training materials.
Josh is from Rochester, N.Y. He earned his bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park, and his master’s degree in instructional systems development from the University of Maryland, Baltimore. He has also worked as a multimedia producer and audiovisual technician. Most recently, he developed courses for the United States Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA) and Department of Defense (DoD). He is certified as an Enterprise Design Thinking practitioner, as an Adobe Captivate Specialist and has a certificate in instructional design through the Association for Talent Development. When Josh is not working, he enjoys watching and attending sporting events, traveling, spending time with his family and raising his young daughter.
- Course Development
- Utilization of Microlearning
- Visual and Multimedia Design
To visit all 30 Major League baseball stadiums.