Josh MeskerDigital Content and Advertising Strategist
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FGA is one of the leading public policy organizations for a reason. Here, “change” is more than a buzzword—it is an integral part of our mission. Through innovative reforms that unleash the power of individual freedom, the dignity of work, and the value of transparent, accountable government, FGA is actively preserving the American Dream for entrepreneurs and families. I couldn’t be more thankful to wake up every day knowing that I am helping others pursue life, liberty, and happiness to the fullest.
Josh Mesker is the Digital Content and Advertising Strategist at the Foundation for Government Accountability.
Prior to joining FGA, he served on the staff of two U.S. congressmen, managed statewide communications for high-profile campaigns, lobbied the Arkansas legislature on conservative issues, and successfully ran for public office himself. He also has a background in print, radio, and TV advertising, online publishing, and education. Josh holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Sterling College.
Then-Congressman Tim Griffin once told him, “If you have the ability to help someone, do it.” Regardless of the arena, he has taken this value to heart, believing that life is best lived serving others with your God-given resources, talents, and passions. As Josh learned from his father, Scott, none of this can be achieved without unlocking the power of work—something he was able to realize in his teen years working at his church, a grocery store, and a coffee shop, and throughout his professional career.
When he is not working with FGA to help people discover their own American Dream, Josh enjoys cooking, spending time with friends and family, and being a long-suffering fan of the Minnesota Vikings. Josh and his wife, Missy, have four children and reside in the Little Rock, Arkansas area.DOWNLOAD BIO SHEET
By Josh Mesker
At FGA, we don’t just talk about changing policy—we make it happen.
By partnering with FGA through a gift, you can create more policy change that returns America to a country where entrepreneurship thrives, personal responsibility is rewarded, and paychecks replace welfare checks.