- Class Year 2007
- Degree B.A. Economics, English
As the son of Italian immigrants, Anthony Minervini didn’t expect to attend a private university like Loyola. Through a scholarship, he was able to graduate in 2007 with degrees in economics and English. The New Jersey native made the most of his time on campus, serving on the Green and Grey Society and the College Board of Discipline, getting involved with Campus Ministry, and even joining the Chapel Choir. After graduation from Loyola, Anthony attended law school at the University of Pennsylvania and worked for an international law firm in New York. Today he works in the National Tax Department of an accounting firm. Anthony credits his Loyola education for giving him the tools and support he needed to compete at the highest levels, both academically and professionally, without compromising his values. “The rigor of the curriculum cultivated in me a passion for critical reading and writing, which helped to prepare me for law school and practice,” he said. “I also gained invaluable exposure to art and culture through the Honors Program Colloquia. In addition, my lovely wife would want me to note that I met her in the Honors Program. We have been married for nearly six years, and we have two beautiful children together.”
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My Jesuit education formed me in virtually every important way. At Loyola, I began to learn how to read and think critically and to write clearly, and I reengaged with my Catholic faith and got my first taste of Ignatian spirituality.