Josué Romualdo is a recent graduate from the University of Colorado Boulder with a degree in International affairs and a minor in Italian. Josué received a full ride scholarship from the prestigious Daniels Fund Scholarship Foundation and this allowed him to attend a 4-year university and study abroad in Perugia, Italy for a year. He is the first in his family to graduate college in the United States. Josue is new to Mediators Foundation, working closely with the Mark Gerzon and providing support on all projects.
Josué’s passion for community engagement and involvement has allowed him to work with a number of people from different ages and backgrounds. Josué teaches a weekly hip hop dance class and also directs two Int/Adv hip hop teams at Streetside studios in Boulder, CO. His work in the community has also allowed him to mentor high school students in the AVID program. (Advancement Via Individual Determination) An academic program at Boulder High School that prepares students for advance classes and college. His passion for working with communities of diverse backgrounds has taken him as a far as working at a refugee center in Perugia, Italy where he helped bridge the gap between refugees and the Italian community while helping them with their Italian/English language skills.