Joshua Crossman is the founding board member of the Pinetops Foundation, a private foundation focused on high-leverage, catalytic impact through faith-based organizations and individuals. Joshua has served on the board of several nonprofits and his local church, and has spoken across the country on philanthropy, giving, and the integration of faith and work. Pinetops recently published “The Great Opportunity,” a report exploring the future of the American church over the next 30 years and interventions that funders and ministries can do to engage in the largest Gospel opportunity in American history. Joshua has been a senior executive at several successful venture-backed technology enterprises over the years, scaling to hundreds of millions in revenue resulting in exits like acquisition and IPO. Joshua spent nearly a decade with McKinsey & Company, where he was a leader in their Social Sector practice, working with large philanthropies, governments, and social ventures to solve tough problems in society. Joshua graduated with honors from Duke University with dual degrees in Biology and Political Science, where he was a Bakke Scholar. He lives in Seattle with his wife Anne and four children.