I believe that work means opportunity, choice, community engagement, and the chance to live as we were created to live. Having seen firsthand the negative impact that bad policy can have on people and their opportunity to experience work, I joined FGA to join their efforts to promote reforms that lift people up through work.
Josh Archambault is a senior fellow at the Foundation for Government Accountability, where he focuses on health care reforms that lower costs and expand choice for more Americans.
Prior to joining FGA, Josh served as director of the Center for Health Care Solutions and as program manager for the Middle Cities Initiative at the Pioneer Institute. Josh also served as a health policy fellow at the Heritage Foundation. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Studies and Economics from Gordon College and a Master of Public Policy from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.
Josh first experienced the value of work while mowing lawns. His passion for helping individuals live up to their full potential motivates both his work at FGA and his volunteer efforts as a Sunday school teacher, foster parent, and foster community advocate. He has testified before Congress and several state legislative committees, and his research and commentary has earned coverage from the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, the New York Times, Fox News, NPR, National Review Online, and MSNBC, among other media outlets. He is also a contributor to the Apothecary, the influential Forbes.com blog.
A fan of the New England Patriots, Josh and his family live in the City of Presidents, Quincy, Massachusetts.Download Bio