Volunteer Story, Josh Fox, A98
What he’s doing now:
A partner at WilmerHalem law firm, specializing in representing life sciences and other emerging technology companies in financings, mergers and acquisitions, and public offerings.
How he gives back:
Co-Chair of the Shared Interest Groups Committee on the Alumni Council and member of the Board of Directors for the Tufts Lawyers Association.
Why volunteer for Tufts?
I loved my time at Tufts, so I want to give back. Meeting new Jumbos is so interesting!!
What was your most memorable volunteer experience and why?
In my current role on the Shared Interest Groups committee I have the opportunity and good fortune to work with the dedicated members of the Office of Alumni Relations and other committee members in supporting shared interest groups that have been operating for years and in assisting with the process associated with officially approving new groups.Communicating with leaders of existing groups and with future leaders of prospective new groups is inspiring. There are so many alumni interested in connecting with fellow Jumbos based on similar experiences and interests.
If you could go back and relive any day of your life as a Tufts student, which day would it be and why?
I’d re-live the day that was the exact mid-point of my senior year. Senior year was a special time for me, as I’m sure it is for most Jumbos. Because I knew what I was going to do after graduating (I had been accepted to law school) by the mid-point of my senior year, I was able to simply enjoy spending time with my friends, campus life and continuing to learn, both in and out of class.