Anthony was appointed to the Fox Valley Technical College District Board in 2013. Since July 2013 he has been the Vice President of Community Development for United Way Fox Cities. In this role, he develops, implements, and oversees strategies to achieve the community impact work of United Way Fox Cities through planning, staff, and volunteer development and establishment of partnerships. He is responsible for the development of community initiatives and distribution of resources. He is also responsible for outcomes which hold United Way accountable for achievement of impact strategies and effective utilization of community resources.
Over the past 15 years, he has worked for organizations in a capacity that relied greatly upon volunteer service. Through this involvement and heightened awareness of volunteerism with other non-profit organizations, he has gained enormous appreciation and respect for the role volunteerism plays in our community. He greatly values the critical role that education plays in sustaining individuals and our economy. And he has developed a deeper understanding and appreciation for the invaluable contributions that FVTC provides to our community.
He has a Bachelor of Science degree from the UW Oshkosh, a double major in criminal justice and social work from a CSWE accredited program, and was certified as a Crisis Prevention Institute Instructor in 1995.