Joshua Iosefo is of Samoan Niuean descent and was born and raised in South Auckland. He is a Vice Chancellor Scholarship student in his last year at AUT doing a Bachelor of Communications majoring in Television and Screen Production. Joshua is most known for his prefect speech named ‘Brown Brothers’ in 2012 which electrified social media platforms throughout the country leading to appearances on Campbell LIVE, RadioLIVE, TEDxCHCH, TVONE, Auckland Council, The voting campaign for the electoral commission, and hundreds of schools. He also received a letter from parliament congratulating him on his message. In high school he achieved NCEA level one,two and three with Excellence endorsement and was ranked in the top 4% of students nationwide in his last year of study. He is the name sake for the ‘Brown Brother Trophy’ and the ‘Brown Brother Program’ which are both initiatives amongst secondary schools awarding achievement amongst Pasifika people. Joshua briefly worked for Auckland Council as a co-researcher and as a Director for a community theatre company; he also worked for AUT, Duffy Books in Homes, Success Integrated and as a self employed motivational speaker. He has recently become a video producer for Tearaway Magazine and is a television presenter for YoursTV under TVNZ. Joshua is working towards being a film director and hopes to continue encouraging young people through different creative mediums.