Anthony Antoville

Anthony is Care Manager Certified by the National Academy of Certified Care Managers and is a current member of the Oregon Medical Case Management Group, the Oregon Chapter of Case Management Society of America. He received his BFA from the University of Southern California, where his focus of studies was sculpture and installation art.

Anthony has over 25 years of professional experience in health and human services. From 2008-2017, he and his wife co-founded and owned a private geriatric case management firm, Champion Advocates LLC, with offices in Oregon and California. He served on the State Plan for Alzheimer’s Disease in Oregon (SPADO) on the Taskforce to Optimize Quality Care and Efficiency for three years. In the early 2000’s, Anthony managed programs for an Area Agency on Aging that provided direct services to older adults and their caregivers. In 2001, his peer-reviewed textbook on long-term care was published by The Edwin Mellen International Academic Press. Over the years, he has served many thousands of individuals and families assisting with countless issues.

Anthony’s commitment to social equity and progress is one that is deeply instilled within him that he attributes to his upbringing. His grandfather conveyed the societal ideals of his father, who was a founder of The Workmen’s Circle and The Jewish Daily Forward. Anthony endeavors to carry on this living tradition of service in everything he does and has a passion for working with teams of similarly minded and committed individuals.

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