JOSH LIPSCOMB ’02
Director of Compensation
After graduating in 2003 (there’s nothing wrong with a Victory Lap!) with a BA in Communications and a minor in Psychology, Josh and his wife, Christine, moved to Los Angeles. There he worked in the Human Resources field at two diﬀerent companies. First was Idealab, an incubator/start-up company focused on green initiatives, Robotics & Website technologies. After that, he worked for Sony Pictures Entertainment, a Movie, Television and Animation Studio. In 2010, Josh moved back to Dallas to own and operate a small Landscaping & Construction company before a brief stint with Ernst & Young in their Human Capital Practice. He also worked as the Compensation Manager at Overhead Door Corporation.
Currently, he is the Director of Compensation at Brinker International (NYSE: EAT), which owns and operates Chili’s and Maggiano’s. In his current role, he leads the global compensation teams for the company. Josh has worked in all elements of the Human Resources Function, including Payroll, Benefits, Recruiting and Executive Compensation and has led teams overseeing multi-million dollar global bonus programs and has designed new HR systems, processes and policies. Josh’s experiences in the start-up and public environment bring an understanding of corporate culture and the ability to navigate complex interpersonal situations in companies of all sizes.
While at Texas A&M, Josh spent all the time he could giving of himself to the “other education” by serving in various leadership roles within Fish Camp, Impact, Spring Leadership Trip (SLT), Aggie Leaders of Tomorrow (ALOT), Aggie Men’s Club, and others. His love for and devotion to Texas A&M is strong and unwavering. Josh currently resides in Dallas with his wife Christine Lipscomb, class of 2001, as well as with his daughters – Waverly, class of 2036, and Violet, class of 2038. When he’s not working, Josh loves being with his family and friends, volunteering with Young Life and his local church, traveling, watching movies, hunting, fishing, playing and watching sports. In the fall, he’s known to spend excessive amounts of time in College Station, and in Kyle Field! WHOOP!