Josh is a innovative leader for all things geek. His passions are focused in technology, exploration, and entrepreneurship to help enhance a global, knowledge-based society. Mr. Neubert has extensive experience creating and managing innovative education programs and incentive prize competitions, most recently kicking off the Night Rover Challenge with the Cleantech Open and NASA's Office of Centennial Challenges. In 2008, he joined forces with the wife of late Apollo 12 Commander Pete Conrad, to create the Spirit of Innovation Awards – a high school science entrepreneurship program reaching over 2500 participants in its first 3 years. Prior to that, from 2005-2008, Josh led a team at the X PRIZE Foundation developing educational experiences for 12,000 students and 8,000 public attendees at the X PRIZE Cup. He researched lunar in-situ resource utilization at the University of Hawaii and received a Bachelors & Masters degree in Planetary Science from MIT.