Joshua Simmons is a Policy Counsel at Global Financial Integrity. At GFI, Joshua has worked on a wide variety of initiatives, coordinating advocacy in Congress and the executive branch, tracking international policy initiatives on illicit financial flows and global financial transparency, and contributing research to GFI reports on aspects of anti-money-laundering, tax, and other legal regimes in the U.S. and many other countries. Joshua joined GFI following his graduation from the George Washington University Law School, where he was a Thurgood Marshall Scholar and served as an editor on the Federal Circuit Bar Journal. Joshua previously worked in the legal departments of Sprint Nextel Corp. and the Association of Corporate Counsel, where he advised clients on international anti-corruption, intellectual property, and arbitration law. Joshua also holds degrees in mathematics and economics from the University of Florida, and is licensed to practice law in the District of Columbia, Commonwealth of Virginia, and the United States Tax Court.