Josué Emmanuel Muñoz
Josué Emmanuel Muñoz is a 22-year old transmedia storyteller interested in the education of digital citizens. A recent graduate of Syracuse University where they majored in Television, Radio, and film, Josué looks forward communicating in the real and digital world. During their undergraduate years, Josué co-conducted research on the use of storytelling in immigrant communities, facilitated classes on creative team building, and founded a diversity and inclusion panel in their professional cinematic arts fraternity. They worked at the Dick Clark Studio, ensuring needs of all productions in six different studios were met. As an alumnus of the Smithsonian Latino Center’s Youth Ambassador Program, Josué hopes to give back to their communities–starting with Brave New Films.