Anthony is a student at Western University studying Medical Sciences and Financial Economics. He grew up in the political hub of Ottawa which heavily influenced his drive to be involved in the political realm. He served as the master of ceremonies of the all candidates debate in the last federal election in the Ottawa Vanier Riding, mediating a discussion between candidates from all 4 of the major political parties. Anthony has extensive volunteer experience, from community centres and hospitals to the Special Olympics Program and at teaching at orphanages overseas. He also serves on the National Youth Advisory Council of Plan International Canada as a provincial representative, with which he attended the 61st Commission on the Status of Women at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. Anthony has continued his pursuit of youth governance by joining the board of directors of LEADS Employment Services as the youngest director in the organization’s history, and also serves on the board of directors of the Western USC serving as a director and the chair of the finance committee. Anthony believes he can utilize his current Board experience in the education and non-profit sector as well as considerable knowledge and experience in finance, fundraising, marketing, and community connectivity to be an effective representative for Lambton-Kent-Middlesex.