Joshua Duvauchelle is an editor, content producer and consultant. He holds a degree in professional communications from Trinity Western University, an applied leadership certificate from the Laurentian Leadership Centre and a nutrition certificate from Cornell University. As of January 2012, Josh is also currently enrolled in an American Council on Exercise-certified program to become a certified personal trainer and nutrition coach. When he’s not writing, Josh loves running, yoga, live music and exploring Vancouver’s restaurant scene.
PRINT EXPERIENCE: Josh is the managing editor for a national nonprofit that specializes in publications on family life issues such as relationships and parenting. Additionally, his freelance work has been published in various critically acclaimed, renowned publications. Examples include Honolulu magazine, one of the United States’ oldest lifestyle publications; Island Scene, Hawaii’s most-subscribed magazine; Alive, one of Canada’s largest health magazines; and some of your favourite health and wellness websites, including MindBodyGreen’s yoga guides and Tyra Banks’ TypeF.
CONSULTING EXPERIENCE: Josh’s passions and training extend beyond his formal education in journalism. He has been featured in national media outlets such as CNBC, ABC News, Lifehacker, Fidelity.com and Mint.com regarding the following specialties: health, well-being, finances and technology.