Matt Joshua Added to Board of Directors of Winning Futures


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Winning Futures, a nonprofit organization in Warren that mentors youth through strategic planning and workforce preparation, has elected Matt Joshua to their board of directors. Joshua serves as global purchasing director of electrical components for General Motors (GM).

 

Joshua has recently chaired the annual Corks and Forks event hosted by Winning Futures, which raised money toward mentoring and scholarship programs in the organization.

 

Prior to his role as global purchasing director, Joshua worked in information technology and was responsible for global IT hardware, software, and services buy. He earned a bachelor’s of science in electrical engineering from Purdue University.

 
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