Anthony began working at GLAD in August of 2012, after graduating from Stonehill College with a B.A. in Public Administration. While at Stonehill, Anthony lead the Student Government Association and the Peer Mentor Team in many diversity initiatives that helped promote an inclusive environment for all students. Anthony also penned articles on the state of LGBTQ rights after the repeal of the armed forces’ “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy for Stonehill’s Martin Institute Political Review. As part of a yearlong study of immigration law, Anthony researched the treatment LGBTQ individuals seeking asylum in the United States and instances exploitation of sexuality and gender in the process. He has also gained hands on experience working with government offices as an intern for Congressman Stephen Lynch, the government relations firm O’Neill and Associates, and a member of the UK House of Commons during his undergrad years. When not working at GLAD, Anthony enjoys hiking, trying new bars and cafes, and catching up on any and all British television.