Josh currently consults for a leading international social compliance management firm and recently completed a project for the Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety. During his graduate studies, Josh led a team of UNDP and United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) consultants, whose research resulted in the publishing of Chopping Progress: An assessment of Liberia’s forestry sector and its impact on state-building, and a Liberian presidential moratorium and independent investigation that resulted in the ongoing restructuring of Liberia’s forestry policy. Also in graduate school, Josh consulted for the Samata Foundation and the Centre for the Study of Labour and Mobility on a project in which he analyzed the driving factors and impacts of foreign employment on Nepal’s Dalit community in order to provide policy guidance to the Nepali government. Josh has previous experience working as Office Manager of the Africa Leadership Institute in Karimoja, Uganda, where he oversaw a child and maternal health program as well as disarmament and human rights project. Before his formal education and work in international development, Sergeant Keller-Fish served four years in the US Army working in logistics and intelligence. He holds a Master’s of International Affairs from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), and a BA in International Relations, magna cum laude, and German, cum laude. Josh is proficient in German and has a working knowledge of Spanish.