Joshua Claudio comes to the Conservatory Lab Foundation with more than a decade of organizational and resource development experience.
Over the course of his career, he has partnered with mid-sized, social justice organizations to expand and reposition philanthropic objectives. In each opportunity, he has successfully developed short-term and long-term fundraising plans that are closely matched with mission, are donor-centered, and grow programmatic impact. Concurrent to his full-time leadership roles, he has provided advisory and consultancy to greater Boston nonprofits.
Most notably in his career, he served as the youngest under 40 denominational leader for the Hispanic United Pentecostal Church in the United States in Worcester, where he spearheaded a five-million capital project and transitioned the Latin-American theological institute to becoming a four-year degree-granting institution. In 2016, he served as the Founding Director of Annual Giving for Students Against Destructive Decisions, the oldest youth organization in the country.
Joshua holds degrees in elementary and secondary education and American History. During his spare time, he is an avid hiker, runner, and nature enthusiast.
Areas of Fundraising Expertise: major gifts, capital campaigns, institutional assessment and planning, board recruitment, and annual giving.