is a TMC Fellow and CTHC student. He grew up in Greenville, South Carolina, and also spent time in Texas, Louisiana, and California with his parents, two younger sisters, and younger brother. He graduated in 2023 from Furman University with a Bachelor’s in Spanish and is currently applying to medical school. Josh loved learning about theology while at St. Joseph’s Catholic School (especially through works like The Confessions) and cherished the opportunity to grow in spirituality as a community. While going through the pre-med curriculum in college, though, he felt that science classes alone wouldn’t prepare him fully for the vocation of a physician. As a TMC Fellow, Josh seeks to grow in his faith and better understand the unity of Christian theology and medicine, thereby creating a solid foundation for his future medical career. Beyond the classroom, Josh enjoys running, hiking, reading, and spending time with friends and family.