Whether in his home or the halls of power, Justin can help anyone find their place at the table. If he introduced you to your colleague, best friend, or significant other, you’re not alone. Justin’s deep connection to people — combined with a passion for policy and practical theology — give him valuable perspective on intersecting issues facing public health, nonprofits, agriculture, and government.
An excellent listener, Justin is adept at helping people navigate both complex systems and values to address what’s behind the issue, find common ground, and work together toward lasting change. As a senior consultant, Justin helps a wide variety of clients across disciplines address the root causes of various health and human services challenges to proactively promote the health of all Michiganders. Clients come to Justin for his deep understanding of sustainable food systems, chronic disease prevention, coalition building and faith communities, as well as his strong skills in research, strategic planning, facilitation, and data visualization.
Before joining the firm, Justin led policy, systems, and environmental change approaches to improve the health and well‐being of families facing food insecurity. He brings years of experience in nonprofit, philanthropic, and governmental program design and implementation to the role.
A Little More…
Education: BA in Social Relations and Policy with a focus on Religious Politics from James Madison College at Michigan State University and an MS in Sustainable Food Systems from Green Mountain College
With PSC since: November 2017
PSC superpower: Making friends with strangers
Favorite part of working at PSC: Turning wonky data into “want‐to‐hear” stories that shape our lives and our communities
Why Michigan? Family, natural beauty, and Midwestern hospitality