Dr Joshua Broggi is an academic and the founder of Woolf, which is building the first blockchain-powered university. At the University of Oxford, Joshua is a member of the Faculty of Philosophy, a member of Wolfson College, and a member of the governing parliament of the University. He holds an Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship, and in that capacity he is a guest of the Institut für Philosophie at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
Woolf and the Need for a Global Jurisdiction
Joshua founded Woolf to create new possibilities within Higher Education, an industry that has seen decades of ballooning administrative costs and student debt. Some of the challenges we have faced – with our demands for regulation over geographically agnostic technology, banking, and degree certification – have only seen support in the more progressive and agile jurisdictions of small states. Woolf aims to provide a global profession with global opportunities, and small states can serve as an important platform because they have always had to think internationally.