Anthony G. Bowles (who prefers Tony) joins Honors after having worked with the CUNY Start Program at LaGuardia Community College and the CUNY Fatherhood Academy at Hostos Community College. Tony is excited about working with students at Baruch. He remains committed to his students as well as his personal causes, he is an active junior member of the NYC Mission Society and the Southampton Animal Shelter. Charity and giving back to the community is very important to him and something that he intends to share with his advisees.
Tony holds a B.S. in Criminal Justice Administration from Central Pennsylvania College and a M.S. in Administration of Justice from Shippensburg University. Tony is passionate about Juvenile and Criminal justice reform and was appointed by Pennsylvania Governor, Ed Rendell to the Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention Committee in 2010. It was through his involvement of grant reviewing and public engagements that Tony gathered an interest in Juvenile Justice and the impact that quality education can make in the lives of many adolescent juveniles.
Tony’s background in criminal justice, counseling, and higher education, brings a fresh and unique perspective to his work with the students at Baruch and the Macaulay Honors College.