Joshua Robertson currently serves as an Observer on Cariloop’s Board of Directors. Joshua is a successful entrepreneur, launching his first business (National HME) in his final semester of college at 22 years old with a successful exit in just under 10 years. During Joshua’s tenure, National HME served 500,000+ patients and created close to 500 jobs throughout the U.S. Joshua co-founded GrowCo Capital in 2014, investing resources into entrepreneurial businesses and real estate projects throughout the United States. In 2017, Joshua launched Teleos Marketing, a digital marketing agency and sales consulting business. Day to day, Joshua oversees both organizations, soaking up the opportunity to work closely with entrepreneurs and their exciting ventures. Joshua graduated from Texas Tech University receiving an Executive MBA and a double major in honors management and marketing. In 2011, Joshua and his wife Kristina co founded Project 4031, a non-profit serving terminally ill children and adults with basic needs and dreams. He is actively involved with Project 4031, The Rawls College of Business, Reel Recovery, The Fort Worth Stock Show Syndicate, and church Christ Chapel. His favorite part of his days though is being a husband and father to his three sons.