Joshua Habursky

Joshua Habursky
Title:
Adjunct Professor
Faculty:
Adjunct

Joshua Habursky is a nationally recognized grassroots and advocacy communications leader. Habursky is the Assistant Vice President of Advocacy at the Independent Community Bankers of America where he manages advocacy communications programs and community bank grassroots initiatives. Prior to joining ICBA in 2016, Joshua managed grassroots programs at the American Diabetes Association and the American Motorcyclist Association.

Josh is also the Founder/Chairman of the Grassroots Professional Network, which is a non-profit organization of 25,000 advocacy professionals dedicated to advancing grassroots best practices and thought leadership. Habursky is also an Adjunct Professor at George Washington University’s Graduate School of Political Management and frequently speaks and writes about advocacy communications in a variety of different forums. Habursky is also the Contributing Editor of Campaigns & Elections and has been awarded many professional accolades for his work in grassroots advocacy, campaigns, and association thought leadership being named to the 2018 List of The Hill’s Top Lobbyists.  

Josh received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Washington & Jefferson College, a Master of Arts in American Government from Georgetown University, and a Certificate in Business and Political Economy from the London School of Economics.

Education

M.A., Georgetown University

B.A., Washington & Jefferson College

Certificate in Business and Political Economy, London School of Economics

Classes Taught

State Politics