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Anthony utilizes both systems and design thinking skills within the policy arena to improve community well-being. Throughout his career, he has seen climate change be a driving factor in the decline of community health and uses this to drive his passion to fight for a zero carbon future. He hails from Seattle, Washington and earned his MPH in Nutritional Sciences with a focus on food systems from the University of Michigan.

Prior to joining Climate Action Campaign, Anthony was the Policy and Health Measurement Program Manager at Blue Zones Project (BZP). In this role, he pushed for more equitable and environmentally-conscious built environment, food system, and tobacco policies in partnership with communities across the country. He also co-led the Health Equity Diversity and Inclusion Committee, ensuring policy strategy at BZP centered the needs of communities furthest from opportunity. Anthony is eager to contribute his knowledge, skills, and passion to dismantle systems of oppression at the intersection of climate change and community health.

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