Josh Garskof

Director of Foundation Relations

jgarskof@ctenvironment.org
203-787-0646 x106

Josh oversees foundation and government fundraising. He came to us in 2018 from Domus, in Stamford CT, where he led the grants team and handled communications for a nonprofit working to engage off-track young people in school, positive youth development, and vocational training. Prior to that he was a magazine writer and editor: He served as executive editor at Martha Stewart Living magazine and articles editor at This Old House magazine; has written for Consumer ReportsPopular ScienceHealth, Prevention, Scholastic, and The New York Times; and was a columnist for Money magazine for eight years. He received his BA from the University of Connecticut and serves on the Representative Town Meeting for the Town of Fairfield CT.


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