Head of Partnerships and Impact / US
Joshua Korn serves as CURE International’s Head of Partnerships and Impact. In this role, he leads the grants team in their efforts to secure funding and support for CURE’s programs, from proposal to approval and implementation, and provides project management and oversight. Joshua first joined CURE in 2011 and has served as both the Spiritual Director and Executive Director of CURE Niger.
After growing up in West Africa (Togo and Ivory Coast) and Israel, Joshua attended Gordon College where he graduated with degrees in History and French. He returned to Israel and received a master’s degree in Middle Eastern Studies from Ben Gurion University in Beer Sheva. He then began working as a grant writer/writer and editor for Musalaha, a Jerusalem-based nonprofit organization that seeks to facilitate reconciliation between Israelis and Palestinians. Joshua also has an MBA from Baylor University.
Joshua and his wife Julie relocated to the United State in 2019 with their two sons Leon and Emmett. They live in Holland, Michigan.