Josh Mack (he/him) currently serves as the Assistant Director of the Pride Resource Center at Colorado State University.

In this role, he provides leadership and implementation for education and outreach programming on social justice issues, particularly with a focus on gender and sexuality. Josh is also responsible for all aspects of developing and managing major office programs and supervises a full-time staff member in their coordination of student success and outreach programming.

Josh has a passion for supporting students in their formative years of identity development and champions students to become the authors of their own lives. He has direct experience in facilitating social justice dialogue, developing identity-related programming and support, and promoting student and employee sense of belonging on campus.

Born and raised in the state of Texas, Josh received a Master of Science in Educational Administration from Texas A&M University and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Baylor University.