Joshua Mintz is President of CHP Mintz, LLC. Josh brings over 25 years experience consulting to nonprofit organizations and draws upon his background in government, theology, and business as a foundation for understanding the complex social and political systems that govern organizations today.

His work includes conducting organizational and leadership assessments to help groups understand where they currently are – and facilitating strategic planning processes to help organizations identify where they would like to be in the future. Along the way, Josh supports his clients’ efforts by strengthening management and governance systems and structures, facilitating staff and leadership retreats, and by serving as a sounding board for clients as they think about the challenges and opportunities they face as they carry out their mission and goals. His practice focuses on the needs of nonprofit and philanthropic organizations with an emphasis on healthcare and education organizations.

Josh is the author of Assessment of the Chief Executive: A Tool for Governing Boards and Chief Executives of Nonprofit Organizations and Self Assessment for Foundation Boards both published by BoardSource. He has also authored a series of articles on management and governance, is a regular speaker and presenter on nonprofit management and governance issues, and serves as Adjunct Faculty for the Georgetown University Center for Public and Nonprofit Leadership. He received his B.A. in Government from Georgetown University and his M.S. in Applied Behavioral Science with a specialization in Organization Development from The Johns Hopkins University.

Josh serves on the board of JUFJ, a community-based organization in Washington D.C., and as Chairman Emeritus of College Bound, a nonprofit working to prepare D.C. public high school students to enter college, earn a degree and achieve their personal and professional goals. He also served for five years as a member of the Selection Committee for the Washington Post Award for Excellence in Nonprofit Management. Josh lives in Washington, D.C. with his wife, Nicole, and their three sons.


Voices from the Field

Seeing is Believing: Engaging the Next Generation through Video and Experiential Learning

Posted on September 1, 2022 by Debbie Brodsky, Josh Mintz

Anne and Henry Zarrow with "If you see a need you do something" written behind them
One important aspect of family foundations is the way in which they help transmit family values from generation to generation. Beyond the top-level value of philanthropy, family foundations are mechanisms to share the core values that underlie the family’s approach to its work such as justice, equity, opportunity, and compassion—and the deep connection and relationship the family has with its… Read More