Joshua D’Angelo, DPT ’13, Receives Alumni Achievement Award

Josh D'angelo standing and holding a child

Joshua D’Angelo, DPT ’13, was among this year’s nine George Washington University alumni honored with a 2018 Alumni Achievement Award for their significant career accomplishments and service to the university. D’Angelo, who received the Recent Alumni Achievement Award, is a physical therapist practicing at Inova Physical Therapy Center and is co-founder and president of Move Together, a nonprofit that increases access to quality rehabilitation medicine. The organization’s clinic development program fosters creation of sustainable rehab clinics in the places that need them most.

D’Angelo also co-created the first global physical therapy day of service, uniting more than 10,000 physical therapy clinicians and staff to help them give back to their communities, and recently co-founded MovementX, a mobile physical therapy company.

Presented annually, the Alumni Achievement Awards and Recent Alumni Achievement Awards are given to graduates who have contributed notable accomplishments in their fields. The awards were presented during Colonials Weekend, Oct. 26-28, an annual university-wide celebration for alumni, families, students, and friends.

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