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Work experience

Mar 2011Present

Local Committee President

  • Managed an eight member Board of Advisors.
  • Developed and motivated Vice Presidents responsible for business development, alumni relations and promotions, human resources, internship management and finance.
  • Oversaw the administration of the AIESEC Global Internship Program at UBC.
  • Developed a strategic business plan for the 2011-2012 year.
  • Oversaw hiring procedures and management of post-secondary student hired through the Federal Government's Canada Summer Jobs Program.
  • Managed the Regional Fund for AIESEC chapters in Western Canada in my capacity as Regional Chair.
Jan 2011Aug 2012

Campus Representative

Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions
  • Created campus presence during high season. 
  • Posted and distributed flyers. 
  • Distributed leads for the local Kaplan Center.
May 2011Aug 2011

Human Resources Manager

West Coast Chocolate Festival Society

  • Drafted job descriptions for festival volunteers and posting them to various online sources.
  • Recruiting volunteers from a wide range of sources.
  • Interviewed applicants for volunteer positions.
  • Determined scope of work performed by festival volunteers.
  • Provided initial training for volunteers.
  • Coordinated volunteer placement for numerous events.
  • Liaised with team leaders to monitor ongoing performance of volunteers.
  • Managed the team of summer interns.
  • Set timelines for deliverables, reported team progress to the Festival Director and Coordinator and conducted performance evaluations for each intern.
Mar 2010Feb 2011

Vice President, Corporate Relations


  • Developed an introductory training program and delivered training sessions for new volunteer Account Managers. Trained and re-trained Account Managers in new sales techniques as well as cold calling, networking events, conducting sales meetings with companies, administration of the Global Internship Program and the use of CRM software
  • Tracked 13 volunteer Account Managers in their sales activity through and GoogleDocs. Held weekly meetings. Held individual coaching meetings with all Account Managers on a quarterly basis to review their goals, strategies, and plot out means for improvement. 
  • Forged relationships with companies and organizations in Vancouver to promote the AIESEC Global Internship Program through cold calling, networking events and utilization of personal contacts. Increased marketing activity by 600% in comparison to the previous year.
  • Successfully recruited an Egyptian AIESEC intern for Global Link Recruitment for an 18-month long work term. Facilitated the candidate recruitment and interview process and intern’s Canadian visa application. Managed and maintained relationship with employer and intern despite difficulties with the visa application process.
Sep 2009Jan 2010

Student Coordinator

UBC Arts Career Expo 2010 Planning Committee

  • Recruited UBC alumni to serve as Expo panelists through e-mail and cold calling. Used LinkedIn and the Viking database to find and research suitable alumni.
  • Staffed booths to sell tickets to students for the Expo.
  • Updated and managed the Expo website through Typo3.


Sep 2008Present

Bachelor of Arts

University of British Columbia


William Humphrey

In my work with AIESEC Canada's 28 Vice Presidents of Corporate Relations, I meet a wide array of people, who work in a variety of different styles and who form different habits. But Josh was undeniably, from the very beginning, one of my very best. He was reliable, dedicated, and structured. He is someone to depend on. Josh could be depended on to grasp advanced concepts concerning sales team management, strategic planning, and "big picture" corporate perception. He would implement new concepts into his local office quickly and very effectively. Even though I was Josh's coach, I would rely on him as someone to bounce ideas off of, to try to see the way he sees. I recommend Josh outright in any of his future undertakings. I hope to be privileged enough to work with Josh in the future.