Joshua Habursky is the Founder/Chairman of the Grassroots Professional Network and concurrently the Director of Advocacy for the Independent Community Bankers of America. He is one of the most cited authors and speakers on advocacy, grassroots, and government relations communication topics.
Joshua has led grassroots advocacy campaigns for three national associations in transportation, healthcare and many other public affairs campaigns providing strategic communication services to trade associations, corporations and non-profit organizations. Joshua has been awarded recognition for being a young association innovator and for grassroots efforts in both the association and political campaign arenas.
Joshua is a regular contributor to Roll Call, Bloomberg, The Huffington Post, PR News, Campaigns & Elections, and The Hill on advocacy, grassroots, and political topics. Josh is also an adjunct professor in the Reed College of Media at West Virginia University teaching strategic communication and event promotion
courses and taught Campaigns & Specials Interests at Heidelberg University during the 2016 Presidential Election Cycle.
Joshua received his bachelor’s in political science from Washington & Jefferson College and a master’s in American government from Georgetown University and is currently pursuing a Certificate in Non-Profit Leadership from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.