Joshua Moritz is an Assistant Adjunct Professor and serial entrepreneur, having founded, developed, sold and been part of numerous start-ups including DMTG, Customer Growth, Medozza, Worktopia and Challahconnection.com. An expert in modeling, branding, customer acquisition, CRM and digital marketing, Josh has delivered powerful results for clients like Citibank, American Express, Remy Martin, InBev, The US Mint, Dr Pepper, Colgate, Coca Cola products, New York University, QuickBooks and IBM.
Prior to being an entrepreneur, Moritz was General Manager at Muldoon Direct and held various account director positions at Wunderman Worldwide, Young and Rubicam and Kenyon and Eckhardt Advertising.
As an Adjunct Assistant Professor Joshua Moritz teaches Database Modeling, Integrated Marketing, Marketing Principles, Leadership, CRM, Capstone, Entrepreneurship, Digital Marketing, Business Analytics, Advertising and Research. He currently teaches for NYU School of Professional Studies, New York University Tandon School of Engineering, CCNY Economics Department, Yeshiva University Katz School of Health and Sciences, Ben Gurion University of the Negev Guilford School of Business, Baruch College Zicklin School of Business and the Babson/Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Initiative. He is a NYU Dean’s Innovation Grant Awardee and has developed workshops in Simulations and the programming language “R.”
A conference speaker and contributor to the press, Josh Moritz has authored numerous articles and reports including “Social Responsibility in Card Marketing and Operations” and “Trends in Credit, Debit and Prepaid Direct Marketing.”
After finishing his undergraduate work at Rutgers College Moritz completed a Diploma in Direct Marketing from NYU, an MBA from Babson College, Certificates in Effective College Instruction from CCNY/ACUE, Russian Business Practices from Saint Petersburg State University in Saint Petersburg Russia as well as Certificates in Simulation training from Harvard Business School Publishing and Marketplace Simulations.