Moreover, Anthony’s extensive involvement in various organizations and committees demonstrates his commitment to community engagement and public service. He serves on the Board of Directors for NJ Transit, Board of Trustees for Montclair State University, the Carpenters Contractor Trust and the Mid-Atlantic Regional Council of Carpenters Benefit Fund. Additionally, he holds leadership positions as Vice Chairman of Progress 360 and President Emeritus for the Northwest Jersey Central Labor Council.
Throughout his career, Anthony has held several notable positions within the Eastern Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters, including Organizer, Council Representative, Team Lead, Senior Council Representative, Political Director, and Director of Organizing. These roles have allowed him to develop a comprehensive understanding of the council’s operations and cultivate valuable relationships within the industry.
Beyond his professional endeavors, Anthony is highly regarded for his contributions to the community. He has served as Commissioner for the Morris County Park Commission and Trustee for the Union County College Foundation. Furthermore, he has been an active Board Member of various organizations, including the Cornerstone Family Programs, Morris County Alliance for Action, Morris County Planning Board, Parsippany Police Athletic Association, Morris/Sussex/Warren Workforce Development Board, and Morris County Economic Development Committee. Notably, he is the Founding President of the Northwest Jersey Central Labor Council.
Anthony’s commitment to education is evident through his academic achievements. He is currently pursuing a Mini-MBA at Rutgers University. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Montclair State University and has earned Executive Certificates from prestigious institutions such as Harvard Law, The Wharton School, Cornell, and Rutgers. Prior to pursuing his education at Montclair State University, he showcased his talent as a Division 1 baseball player on a scholarship at Central Connecticut State University.
Before embarking on his career with the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, Anthony gained valuable experience as an intern in the New Jersey Office of Attorney General’s Division of Criminal Justice – Organized Crime and Racketeering Bureau, where he worked as an investigative analyst.
Anthony’s remarkable contributions have garnered recognition within the industry. He has received accolades such as the Boy Scouts of America Distinguished Citizen Award – Labor, Construction & Real Estate, and has been named on the Insider New Jersey Labor 100 Power List. Additionally, he has been honored as the Essex County Democrats Labor Representative of the Year, further solidifying his reputation as a respected professional.
Originally from Newark, NJ, in Essex County, Anthony now resides in East Hanover, NJ, in Morris County, with his wife, Nicole, and their two children, Nicolette and Anthony Jr.