Joshua Mosier is the Executive Director of Kansas Campus Compact. He provides strategic direction and support for the organization’s efforts to:
Assist college and university presidents in promoting civic engagement, service learning, and programs that connect their institutions, faculty, students, and staff with their neighborhoods and communities;
Improve collaboration and build partnerships at the state level among faculty and presidents of higher education institutions and non-profit organizations;
Deepen connections between Kansas and other state and national groups committed to building a more service-minded and civically engaged citizenry and bring these groups together to share ideas; and
- Offer resources, ideas, and information to member campuses that will improve the quality of teaching and learning, promote increased civic responsibility, instill in students lifelong values of service to their communities, and stimulate informed debate on the best means to improve the social, political, and economic lives of all Kansans.
Josh is a Kansas native and held previous appointments with Kansas State University's Office of Governmental Relations, K-State's Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, and in the Kansas Governor's Office, where his time was spent conducting policy research and administering federal grant funding to local governments and non-profits across the state. Josh received his bachelor's degree in psychology and holds a master's degree in public administration, each from K-State.