Anthony Hughes is passionate about technology and the impact it can have on people, companies and the communities. He is currently the CEO of Tech Elevator, a demand-driven software training program designed to support the rapid acquisition of technology skills that can lead to meaningful careers in tech-related fields.
Anthony previously served as President of the Software Craftsmanship Guild, a coding boot camp which was acquired by Learning House in April 2015. One of Crain’s 40 Under 40 winners, Anthony also worked for JumpStart, a nationally recognized economic development organization. At JumpStart, in partnership with MIT, he founded the Burton D. Morgan Mentoring Program, which matched successful entrepreneurs and executives with budding technology entrepreneurs in mentoring relationships. To date the program has grown to over 130 volunteers serving over 100 startups who have gone on to raise over $45M in investment capital.
Anthony's experience spans traditional and digital media, working in sports sponsorship, broadcast television and at marketing agencies. He also brings International experience to the table having traveled to over 40 countries; and lived, worked and studied in Australia, Japan, the UK and USA.
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