Senior Manager, Decision Analytics Service Line, Grant Thornton LLP
Anthony has extensive consulting experience leading a variety of business, modeling, and information technology initiatives within the higher education, commercial, and not-for-profit sectors. Anthony has supported and advised higher education, federal government, and commercial clients with their cost management and performance improvement projects in the United States, Australia, Canada, Mexico, and Great Britain. Anthony’s areas of expertise include activity-based costing, cost allocation models, predictive modeling, performance management, and cost analysis. Within the higher education sector, Anthony has worked with multiple universities in both the United States and Australia building cost models, performing critical data analysis, and advising clients in areas associated with their cost management and strategic resource alignment needs. Some of Anthony’s recent experience in the higher education sector includes: Rutgers University, Georgetown University, University of California Riverside, University of Maryland College Park, Bentley University, Johnson County Community College, New York Institute of Technology, Arizona Board of Regents, University of Southern Queensland (Australia), Deakin University (Australia), and Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences. Anthony has published several articles on the use of management accounting principles to drive environmental performance—a novel approach to using traditional management tools in a new way. Anthony currently serves on the Board of the Consortium of Advanced Management-International (CAM-I), a preeminent non-profit cost, performance, and process research organization.