Joshua Crisp is 37 years old and has been a resident of Knoxville since 2000. His experience includes being a senior living executive for over 13 years, developing and operating senior living communities across the country, President and Founder of Solinity, founded in Knoxville, which develops, owns, and operates senior living communities. He also serves on a variety of professional boards including the Tennessee Health Care Facility Licensure Board as appointed by Governor Haslam. He is an outdoor enthusiast and enjoys competing in Spartan Obstacle Course Races for fun and adventure. Josh, his wife Lauren, and their three kids live in Fountain City, TN. Ironically, he started cycling at the same time he formed the idea of “Pedal for Pat.” Josh is driven to this idea by his passion for helping those dealing with Alzheimer’s, finding a cure for the disease, and his deep respect for Pat Summitt’s life and legacy.

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