Joseph was born September 10, 1996 in Colorado Springs, CO. Joseph's father was in the U.S. Army which brought him to travel the world, until he came to settle, once again, in Colorado Springs in September 2001. Joseph has attended Colorado schools through his life. He graduated from Palmer High School in May of 2015. Joseph has started multiple non-profit organizations through his time. He has also sat as a board member for multiple organizations.
While working at Inside Out Youth Services, Joseph found a passion for working with youth and helping them create a voice within their community. While working there, he assisted in getting Senator Pete Lee and Representative Marc Snyder to come to Inside Out's space and speak with youth about their work and what youth can do to create ripples of change. Joseph also coordinated bringing Governor Jared Polis and First Gentlemen Marlon Reis down to speak to Inside Out youth. Joseph's education was spent attending School District 11 schools. Joseph attended Irving Middle School during the school shut down and was a part of the many students wanting to keep the school open for future generations. Although unsuccessful, Joseph attended Board meetings, protests after school hours, silent protests, meetings with the Superintendent among other events.
Joseph found a passion for politics in 2012 while volunteering for President Barack Obama's re-election campaign. While working on this campaign, Joseph learned about the committment and care that political work holds for his community. In 2019, Joseph ran for Colorado Springs School District 11 and although he did not win that race, he did receive 10,237 votes. After that election, Joseph joined committees at both the local and state level, in order to learn more about his community and how he can help it continue to grow. Joseph is running for the State Senate to continue the work of Senator Pete Lee and continue to help make a Colorado a home for all.