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Anthony Noble serves as the vice president and chief of staff to the chairman, president and CEO of American Tower Corporation, a publicly-traded real estate investment trust that owns and operates wireless communications infrastructure in 17 countries. Prior to joining American Tower, Anthony successfully led the acquisition and entitlement phase of Property Group Partners’ Capitol Crossing project, a 2.2 million square-foot mixed-use development designed to span an active portion of Interstate 395 in Washington, DC. As a lawyer in private practice, Anthony practiced law in the Real Estate Group at Holland & Knight, where he counseled and advised property owners, real estate developers and investment banks and secured zoning approvals for more than 2 million square feet of development in Washington, DC. He earned his undergraduate degree from Syracuse University, a master’s from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University and his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School.


Networking Receptions for Alumni and Current Students

Friday, October 4

  • Alumnae Reception
    Hosted by Brigitte R. Anderson ’02, Principal and Founder, Orange Vista
    Prospect House, Garden Room
  • First-Generation, Low-income (FLI) Reception
    Hosted by Debbie Scott Williams ’84, Community Volunteer/Photographer
    Prospect House, Tap Room (Lower Level)
  • Graduate Alumni Reception
    Hosted by Anthony Noble *01 , Vice President and Chief of Staff, American Tower Corporation
    Prospect House, Presidential Dining Room
  • LGBTQ+ Reception
    Hosted by Duane E. McWaine ’80, Psychiatrist
    LGBT Center, Frist Campus Center 246
  • Trailblazers: Reception for Tigers from the 50s, 60s and 70s
    Hosted by Vanessa Austin-Davis ’76, PhD and Charles Davis ’76, Senior Counsel, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission   
    Prospect House, Library & Drawing Room


A Seat at the Table: Positioning Yourself for Board Service

Saturday, October 5

Why board service is important and how you can position yourself to serve on corporate and non-profit boards.

Moderator: Anthony Noble *01, Vice President and Chief of Staff, American Tower Corporation

Lawrence Otis Graham ’83, Special Counsel at Cuddy & Feder LLP, Author, Commentator
Juanita T. James ’74, President & CEO, Fairfield County’s Community Foundation
Sonja J. McGill ’93, Partner, Bell Nunnally & Martin LLP
Roy Swan ’86, Director, Mission Investments, Ford Foundation
Kneeland Youngblood ’78, Founding Partner, Pharos Capital Group