Joshua Evenson has been creating dynamic relationships and successful outcomes for those he has represented for over 15 years. His experience includes roles with both domestic and international organizations in disciplines of client representation, fund raising, special events, budget analysis and research. An award-winning and published author, Joshua released his first work Links to St. Andrews, at the Open Championship in St Andrews in 2015, obtaining contributions from professional icons Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson, among others.
From 2011 through 2014, Josh was the International Development Officer at the University of St Andrews in Fife, Scotland, where he served as Co-Organizer for The St Andrews 600 charity golf tournament, the first of its kind held in 2013. His leading development and fundraising efforts aided significantly in advancing the $100 million dollar capital campaign celebrating the University of St Andrews’ 600th Anniversary.
During his early years, Joshua’s experience was punctuated by serving as Research Assistant for the Committee Chairman and Chief Economist of the US Senate Budget Committee. In 2009, he was present for many of the hearings, meetings and discussions related to the financial crisis, which included Ben Bernanke, Timothy Geithner, Simon Johnson, Peter Orszag, and Paul Volcker. He has also been involved in merchandising for the USGA in 2009 at the US Open Bethpage State Park, New York, and at the 2008 US Open, Torrey Pines in La Jolla.
Joshua earned his Bachelor of Science in Financial Management from the University of Colorado, Denver, before moving on to obtain his Masters Degree in International Strategy & Economics from the University of St Andrews in Fife, Scotland. As a graduate student, he was also a Visiting Student in economics and international relations at the University of Cambridge (Kings College), the London School of Economics, George Washington University and the University of St Andrews.
After traveling and living around the world for more than a decade, Joshua now lives in Denver, Colorado. He was drawn back to the Colorado Rockies, to his family and friends. In addition to golf, skiing, and hiking. Joshua enjoys all forms of art, culture, writing, music, and learning in every form.