Tony works with Bloomberg Philanthropies and their network of partners for the City Data Alliance, an initiative that empowers city leaders in Latin America, Canada, and the U.S. to better track and use data. He is also supporting strategy and planning for the Greenwood Initiative, which seeks to accelerate Black wealth accumulation and address systematic underinvestment in Black communities.
Prior to joining Bennett Midland, Tony helped lead research and business development in various roles in the strategy department of Kobre & Kim, a Manhattan-based law firm. While there, he co-founded an ethnic diversity affinity group for employees and helped the firm partner with Black-owned businesses throughout the U.S. Tony previously held internships at Goldman Sachs and in the Washington D.C. office of Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee.
Tony holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics with minors in History and Global Studies from the University of Alabama.