Bachelor of International Business - 2008, Master of Banking and Financial Regulation (Law) - 2009
Josh Stinton is about ideas. He’s about people. He crafts environments and creates experiences for people to learn from through means of events, facilitated consultation sessions and design workshops – bringing people together to share ideas and drive progress. A partner at 6.2 - a leading innovation consultancy that helps organisations develop best practice growth and development strategies – Josh enjoys speaking regularly on the intersection between success and failure as well as creative thinking, at conferences and corporate events. He is also a frequent host, panelist and contributor on his passion and common denominator: people and ideas. Josh has produced and co-managed events throughout the Asia Pacific including FailCon Sydney, TEDx Sydney, TEDx Macquarie University, Global Service Jam, Sydney Australian Computer Societies Young IT Conference, and various sector-specific conferences in digital media, education, energy and aviation. He is the executive producer of If Talks and works with multinational management consulting firms producing and delivering design shops for leading corporate organisations. An American expat since 2005, it was always Josh’s mission to relocate to Australia, which he did to complete his Bachelors and Maters degrees at Macquarie University, where he now holds a position of Board Director. Prior to moving to Australia, Josh was a regional sales manager and training facilitator for a large, fortune 300 retailer in North America. 2012 saw Josh winning Project Future’s top honour, being crowned the charity’s “Stella Fella” title and ambassador for anti-sex trafficking. Passionate about global initiatives, Josh also works with Save the Children Australia and?HOPE Africa. Josh tweets at @joshuastinton, blogs at Josh Stinton, contributes at Uncluttered White Spaces, connects at LinkedIn and will reply to your mail at [email protected]
People who know Josh will tell you to expect at least three sweeping statements from him per day - at least one of them referencing tacos. He likes his chilies hot.