Member, Board of Directors, 2021- Present Anthony (Tony) R. Katz spent a 45 year career at the highest levels of the strategic public relations and reputation management field advocating for both causes and clients in Washington DC and New York City, where he was a member of the Board of Directors of Saatchi &Saatchi Rowland Worldwide Communications. After retiring in 2020, he joined W2C’s Board of Directors in the Spring of 2021 after working directly with its founder and CEO for the six months preceding. Tony now is engaged in a range of pro bono initiatives from his South Florida home. In addition to his activities at W2C, he is a volunteer teacher for mid-and- low income high school students from Collier County, Fl. regarding college admissions and career prep including goal setting and personal branding. He also founded and now leads an organization, Confronting Anti-Semitism Network (CAN), that focuses on combating antisemitism. CAN now includes chapters in South Florida, Atlanta, New York City/Long Island, Boston and Indianapolis. Tony graduated from the Landon School for Boys, in Bethesda, MD, received his AB in History from Franklin and Marshall College, studied at City of London College, and earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Baltimore School of Law. He is married to his law school roommate’s wonderful sister, and he and his two sons are long suffering fans of the Washington Football Team.