Tony Anzic is Vice President and the Location Coordinator of the Metro Columbus area for JPMorgan Chase. Tony has site, people, community coordination responsibility for 14 buildings and nearly 20,000 employees spanning all of the firm’s lines of business.
Tony joined Chase in Cleveland in May of 1998 and has held positions in Mortgage Banking Default, Business Integration, Accounting and Document Management along with Consumer Banking positions in Customer Profitability and Debit Card Claims.
Prior to Chase, Tony held credit card call center and supervisory positions at MBNA.
Tony is a veteran of the United States Navy serving on a destroyer and then in the Reserves in a mine assembly group and the Sea Bees. He is a graduate of Cleveland State University and is certified by the Project Management Institute as a Project Management Professional.
Tony serves on Ohio Market Leadership Team and provides support to the Central Ohio Leadership Council while also sitting on the Board of JPMorgan Chase’s Global VETS Business Resource Group. He lives in New Albany with his wife Danielle.
Why are you passionate about the Homeport mission?
I’m passionate about Homeport because I believe in strong families and neighborhoods. Many of our historic neighborhoods in Columbus are experiencing a renaissance. Great work is being done to help strengthen and stabilize communities like Weinland Park, Franklinton, Driving Park, and King-Lincoln. It’s critical that organizations like Homeport are front-and-center in these efforts to ensure that healthy, stable, and affordable homes are available so that all our residents and neighbors can benefit from this important work.
What would you tell a friend who was considering getting involved with Homeport as a donor or volunteer?
I love to tell my friends about my association with Homeport. First, I emphasize the quality and commitment of the organization’s leadership and staff. The fact that Amy Klaben will be honored as a 2016 YWCA Woman of Achievement is a testament to the strength of Homeport’s leadership. As for the organization’s great work, seeing is believing. All around our community developments like Fieldstone Court, Emerald Glen, Marsh Run – and many others – stand as clear examples of Homeport’s impact in our community
What do you feel is the most critical aspect of affordable housing in Columbus and Central Ohio?
Our most critical issue in this growing and vibrant community is the clear shortage of affordable housing. If our prosperity as a community is to continue, we must remain focused on ensuring that healthy, stable and affordable housing is available. That’s why Homeport is such an important organization.