Anthony Vincent served on the ECRI Board of Trustees for more than 30 years until 2020 when he was named Trustee Emeritus.
In 2000, following a successful 25-year career in construction, architecture, and design, Vincent joined ECRI to manage the facilities and real estate of the dynamically growing organization, and to oversee fundraising and business development. The experience he gained from designing, managing, and building all types of structures from retirement communities, racetracks, and office buildings to hundreds of facilities in the banking and securities industry across the country totaling billions in value, offered ECRI another dimension of expertise.
Vincent is a member of community, business, and social organizations and active in many civic causes. Notably, he is a founder of the Radnor Township Design Review Board, which has overseen and approved the design of all development, signage and building in the township for 25 years. He is well travelled and conversant in several languages, which he continues to study.
A native of Philadelphia, he attended the William Penn Charter School and the University of Pennsylvania School of Architecture and remains active in alumni projects for both schools. Additionally, he served in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard.