Antony Amboy is the Director of the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Student Achievement Program.
In this role, Anthony is responsible for ensuring that the colleges we serve have the added capacity and support to focus on historically underserved student groups, including, but not limited to, first-generation AANHPI Students, low-income students, and students experiencing disproportionate impact. He is thrilled to collaborate with our community colleges in this effort.
- Directed development and foundational implementation efforts of the nation’s first state-funded, legislatively codified AANHPI Student Achievement Program.
- Created initial design and implementation strategy of ‘Pathways to Equity: Learn. Act. Change.’ series.
Anthony’s roles have spanned across various educational domains, showcasing his commitment to fostering inclusive learning environments and academic success. Serving as a Specialist in the Student Equity and Achievement Program and the Guided Pathways Program at the Chancellor’s Office, Anthony demonstrated his dedication to enhancing educational experiences and promoting student advancement. Beyond administrative roles, Anthony also contributed directly to students’ growth as an English Instructor at both Los Medanos College and Chabot College.
Anthony is currently a doctoral candidate in international and multicultural education at the University of San Francisco, where he earned his M.F.A in writing. He also holds a B.A in English from University of California, Riverside and several A.A. degrees from Ohlone College.
Areas of Expertise
- Student-Centered Program Design
- Community College Education
- Student Equity and Guided Pathways