Anthony is a coach and business lecturer with over ten years of experience. His key areas of expertise include Human Resource Management, Communication, English language exam preparation and instruction. He is a Founder and Head Coach of Crackerjack Coaching (CJC) a language and professional development coaching business. He also serves as an Associate Professor at College de Paris Business School, where he specializes in lecturing Crisis Communication & Human Resource Management.
With his work at Crackerjack Coaching (CJC), Anthony is currently leading a team to launch a premium service called Forge Ahead, specializes in utilizing neuroscience to create individualized approaches to learning. The brain friendly approach married to coaching techniques makes deeper and faster connections while taking account of triggers, emotions and motivation.
CJC is an official Centre de Passation de TOEIC from ETS, and Centre de Passation Cambridge English Linguaskill, member of Association of Coaching (AC) and quality of service recognition by VeriSelect Bureau Veritas Certification de Service Formation,
Anthonys extensive background in lecturing and teaching business-oriented subjects, including workplace communication, negotiations, presentations, recruitment, international meetings and interviewing. He served as Head of Academics then moved to the role of Director of Operations at the London Community College of Education and has previously taught at EPF Ecole dIngeniers, SKEMA Business School and Regent Business College UK.
Anthony received a Masters Degree in Strategic Human Resource Management, a Master of Business Administration (MBA) with emphasis in Creativity and Human Resource Management, and Postgraduate Certificate in Business Administration from The Open University. He has also earned several designations and certifications, including the Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) credential, Train the Trainer, Anthony has also recently completed a Neurolanguage Coaching certification.
In addition, Anthony studied theatre and dance at H. B. Studios in New York City, was granted a playwriting fellowship through the Connecticut Commission on the Arts and has performed across the USA and Russia.