Josh White is a true embodiment of a dedicated husband and father of two, who has been serving his country for over 18 years as an active duty Master Sergeant. He was a military brat growing up but was raised in Waldorf, MD. Josh and his family currently reside in Eglin AFB, FL. Throughout his illustrious career in the Aerospace Ground Equipment, Executive Officer, Public Health, and Military Funeral Honors fields, Josh has developed a unique talent for personal networking.
Utilizing this gift, he has created the HeroFront Podcast, which features insightful interviews with inspiring authors, entrepreneurs, and fascinating individuals from around the globe. His passion for creating genuine human connections built on trust, transparency, and meaningful conversation has earned him the prestigious title of 2022 Veteran Podcast of the Year.
With his captivating tone and exceptional ability to generate authentic conversations, Josh creates inspirational content that resonates deeply with his millions of listeners. He has the power to touch the heart and soul of his audience, and his messages serve as a powerful catalyst for taking positive action in life.
My Personal Journey In My Own Words:
I never imagined I would make it this far - I didn't think I was capable, nor did I believe I deserved success. My journey has been riddled with depression, alcoholism, and a near-death experience. But year after year, I committed to working on myself, and finally, I have something to be proud of.
Today, I am a senior NCO in the Air Force, a devoted husband, and a loving father to two beautiful children. It's a blessing to be here since I thought I was destined to fail and die by my mid-thirties.
When I first joined the service, I didn't resemble the leaders I admired, nor did I act or think like them. Thus, success seemed unattainable for me.
However, I didn't give up. I persevered, got out of my comfort zone, and tapped into my unique gifts. I accepted who I am, worked toward a life worth living, and found strength in purpose, love, and connection.
Now, I am at a stage in life where I want to give back, spread hope, and help those who feel different, lack mentors, or suffer in silence the way I did for the better part of a decade. My way of doing this is by highlighting others' stories of resiliency and overcoming obstacles, and this has become my way of expressing gratitude.
Above all, I hope to inspire others to pave their path and unleash their inner-HERO. We all have it in us, and it's time to bring it to the FRONT-lines of our lives.
Josh White is a highly influential voice in the Veteran community and beyond, thanks to his work as a USAF influencer through the HeroFront Podcast. With over 70 interviews and more than 202K downloads in over 50 countries, he has built a sizeable following of engaged listeners who appreciate his guest's insights and perspectives. His social media presence is also impressive: In under three years he’s accumulated 10.7K followers on Facebook, 1.5K followers on Instagram, 2.5K followers on LinkedIn, and in the past 15 months reached 13M people. In recognition of his outstanding contributions to the podcasting world, Josh was named the winner of the 2022 Veteran Podcast of the Year award and selected as a partner of Project Morpheus: A VCSAF directive on connection and innovation under the CSAF Strategic Studies Group and finally - he was selected as the social media voice for the Air Force Sergeant’s Association – A role that has never existed until now.
With his captivating tone and exceptional ability to generate authentic conversations, Josh creates inspirational, educational, and empowering content that resonates deeply with his listeners. His guests are given a voice to touch the heart and soul of potentially millions and serve as a powerful catalyst for taking positive action in life.
Josh was raised as a military brat and grew up mostly in the D.C. area. He joined the USAF in July of 2004 and held multiple AFSCs including Aerospace Ground Equipment, Public Health Technician, Pandemic Mitigation Action Group Lead, Commander’s Executive Officer, and Base Honor Guard NCOIC. He has had six assignments (two overseas), two deployments, and one humanitarian mission. He was also a 2018 12 Outstanding Airmen of The Year. He currently resides in Eglin AFB, Florida with his wife and two children.
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