Anthony Davis is currently disabled but works part-time with Volunteers of America Veterans Services. Anthony spends most of his time leading and assisting with charitable events at the Ozanam Inn. In June and October of every year, through a grant from Forester Financial for which he is a local Branch Counselor, Anthony purchases, cooks and feeds the homeless at the Ozanam Inn. In July of every year, through the same grant, Anthony purchases bookbags to give out during Ozanam Inn’s “Forgotten Angel” program, which serves families escaping domestic violence.
Anthony is a St. Augustine graduate and native New Orleanian. He earned a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, and an M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Holy Cross. Anthony worked as a math teacher for four years, as well as an insurance adjuster for sixteen years before dedicating his time to volunteering for numerous charitable causes around the city. In 2020, Anthony was awarded the Thomas E. Chambers Award for outstanding graduate student in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Anthony currently resides in the Hoffman Triangle area of New Orleans with his wife of twenty years, Lynette.