Josh Quick was born and raised in Watseka, Illinois and attended college at Eastern Illinois University earning a BSED in Special Education in 1995. He began his teaching career as an elementary learning disabilities teacher in the Casey-Westfield school district and later taught first grade in Casey. Quick earned MSED and EDS degrees at EIU and in 2002, relocated with his family to Robinson when he was employed by Robinson CUSD#2 as the principal at Washington Elementary School. In October 2008, Quick was appointed interim superintendent of schools for Robinson CUSD#2, an appointment that was later made permanent.
Quick and his wife, Roselene have four children, one son-in-law, and one grandson. He has seen firsthand the positive impact of United Way and its partner agencies and is excited to serve on the Board of Directors. In addition to United Way, Quick is a member and past president of the Robinson Rotary Club and currently serves as the president of the Wabash Valley Division of the Illinois Association of School Administrators. Quick also serves on the Board of Directors for the Crawford County Development Association. He is active in his church as a musician, lector, and religious education teacher and enjoys music, travel, reading, and being outdoors. Josh appreciates being part of United Way, an organization that has given so much to Crawford County.