Josh Friedmann is a lawyer at Hillis Clark Martin & Peterson, P.S. focused on supporting sustainable public-private and mixed-use community development projects, as well as other matters with sensitive public-facing concerns. He has worked on financing and development issues of transit stations, community colleges, interpretive sites, affordable housing, and hospitals. Josh also has supported several 501(c) nonprofit organizations in governance, regulatory, and risk-management areas. Previously, he served as a legislative affairs aide to the White House’s Council on Environmental Quality, a Biden-Harris regional voter protection director, and an ethics counselor to the Biden-Harris Presidential Transition. Josh is a Washington native who enjoys exploring the outdoors, volunteering on social action and advocacy projects with Seattle’s Jewish Federation, and undertaking various home improvement projects. He graduated from Tufts University and Harvard Law School.