Anthony Sanchez

NERN (2007)

Anthony Sanchez is the Board President of Eagle Eye Institute, a non profit organization he co-founded in 1990 to address diverse urban youth's lack of access to the natural world and lack of career opportunities in the environmental fields. Anthony was the volunteer Executive Director for 13 years and in 2003 he received the Massachusetts Governors Points of Light award for his volunteerism. As Eagle Eye Board President he helps to guide the organization, raise money and build strategic partnerships. He is also a member of the Advisory Council of The Trustees of Reservations, the oldest land conservation organization in the country, and assists them with their diversity initiative. Anthony was a Boston Eureka Fellow and a member of the Leadership Team for the National Grassroots Summit that focused on national urban and community tree issues.