Tony is retired from Ernst & Young where he was a member of the Management Committee and Firm Vice-Chairman. At Ernst & Young, at different times over the course of his career, he was responsible nation-wide for the Firms Audit Practice, its Planning function, and its Research and Development Group; he managed its Northern California and Seattle Offices; and he was the Coordinating Partner for all services provided to multiple clients of the Firm, including Apple Computers, Genentech, Intel, and Sun Microsystems.
Currently, he is a Vice-President of the Board of Trustees for The Wilderness Awareness School, a not for profit environmental education organization in Duvall, Washington. He has also served as the Boards President and Treasurer.
Tony is a long standing, engaged Partner with Social Venture Partners “ Seattle (SVP), having served six years on its Board of Directors, acted as Chairman of its Audit Committee, and co-lead the startup of the SVP Fast Pitch competition, now in its sixth year.
At the Washington Society of CPAs, he served six years as a member of the Board of Directors, and also served as President elect, President, and Immediate Past President of the Board. He is a past Member of Council of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
At the University of Washington, Tony served 13 years on the Advisory Board for The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, including several terms as Chairman. He served 12 years on the Advisory Board for the UW Foster School of Business and taught graduate level International Accounting at the School.
Tony is a CPA “ Retired and an attorney, having earned a JD from The University of Chicago and a BA in English Literature from St. Marys College, California. He and his wife, Margaret, live in Clyde Hill and have two grown sons and four grandchildren.