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Anthony M. Webb Esq. M.B.A.

Wrong Anthony M. Webb Esq. M.B.A.?

Founder, Director of Development

Phone: (678) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  Atlanta , Georgia , United States
Boys Speak Out Inc
3645 Marketplace Blvd. Suite 130-321
East Point , Georgia 30344
United States

Company Description: Boys Speak Out, Inc. is committed to achieving measurable short term and long term goals. BSO, Inc. seeks to reach youths under the age of 18 by: 1) providing them...   more

Employment History


  • B.S. , Computer Science
    South Glamorgan Institute of Higher Education
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mValent: Automating IT Configuration Management, 24 Oct 2005 [cached]
"As WebSphere technology integrators for financial, healthcare, government and manufacturing organizations, Prolifics delivers high-performing, complex systems to solve business challenges," said Tony Webb, Practice Manager for Prolifics.
profiles: Anthony Webb, 6 Mar 2005 [cached]
Anthony Webb Solutions Director
Anthony Webb Solutions Director
A member of the Prolifics team since 1993, Mr. Webb has been an integral part of some of the company's most strategic accounts.He has over 15 years experience doing high-level business analysis, requirements development, detailed design, development of high-end database applications and web-based applications and building architectures for mission-critical systems.
For the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Mr. Webb led the design and development of the LR2000 System, a 3-tier Web application.This system not only tracks all land leased to individuals, but also distributes tracking information to all appropriate channels of government.The system was delivered on time and on budget, within 6 months, receiving a special commendation from the Government. For Delta Health, he played the role of project manager for the development of a transactional, home healthcare system that provided real-time information for nurses and home healthcare physicians. For Oracle (Datalogix), he was instrumental in the design and development of the Sales Order Entry System for Oracle's ERP system. For NationsBank, he developed a Web-based Decision Support System for tracking efficiency of all the banking departments. For Children's Hospital, he developed a system for storing all patient records and tracking all treatments, from registration through to after-care. For AT&T, he was a designer and programmer for the Universal Card System.
Prior to joining Prolifics, Mr. Webb was Senior Software Architect of Fujitsu Networks Industry.He directed a team of five analysts/programmers in developing an integrated product set, which included electronic mail, public messaging, conferencing, text search and retrieval as well as various system and user tools.His projects included the design and coding of both the prototype and final product in JAM and C under Unix SVR4.
At the Bankers Automated Clearing Services Ltd., Mr. Webb was the development leader of a team, which created an online transaction processing service for review of account status, exception processing and communications.He also developed subsystems for data translation, validation and performance of electronic funds transfers.
Mr. Webb holds a B.S. in Computer Science from South Glamorgan Institute of Higher Education in Cardiff, Wales, U.K.
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Anthony Webb, ..., 1 Sept 2013 [cached]
Anthony Webb, 30
Attorney Anthony Webb was participating in a program to help girls go into the traditional male areas of science and engineering when he realized boys needed to get in touch with their feminine side.
"Young boys, especially minority youth, don't know how to express themselves emotionally," he says. "They go into the darkness."
So he formed Boys Speak Out, which gives boys the proper tools to confront important issues faced in adolescence. In addition, the nonprofit introduces boys to professional men so their horizons can be widened.
"Boys, especially minority youth, only see themselves selling drugs, playing basketball or being a rapper. We give them a chance to see something different."
In his professional life, Webb specializes in mergers and acquisitions at DLA Piper, where he closed transactions valued in excess of $750 million in 2010. - MW
Power 30 Under 30™, 24 May 2010 [cached]
Anthony Webb President, Boys Speak Out Inc.
Not much more than a month ..., 3 Jan 2012 [cached]
Not much more than a month ago, Jennifer Arriola and Anthony Webb received the kind of news that would put anyone on cloud nine.
Both had already been accepted into top MBA programs, 23-year-old Arriola at Cornell University's Johnson School of Business and 30-year-old Webb at Yale University's School of Management.
Now, however, Arriola and Webb discovered that they wouldn't have to pay a penny toward the nearly $100,000 in tuition fees to attend those schools.
How Arriola, a Mexican American marketing manager at a Silicon Valley start-up, and Webb, an African-American attorney in Atlanta, got those generous awards is an intriguing story, one that includes a secret draft in a St. Louis hotel where admission officials from top-tier business schools gathered to select the fellowship winners.
Both Arriola and Webb were first-round selections by Cornell and Yale, respectively, their preferred schools.
Anthony Webb is headed for Yale's School of Management on a full fellowship.
Anthony Webb is headed for Yale's School of Management on a full fellowship.
The draft itself, held in early March, is the culmination of a long, often tortuous process for candidates who must go through all the typical hurdles to get into a top business school: prepping for and taking an entry exam, either the GMAT or the GRE, completing applications to numerous MBA programs, doing follow-up interview rounds with some schools, as well as convincing The Consortium of their proven commitment to diversity-a required element to an application for the fellowship.
Webb, for example, met the requirement by being co-chair of his law firm's diversity and inclusion committee as well as the founder and CEO of Boys Speak Out, Inc., a non-profit that brings together disadvantaged adolescents with professionals in law, medicine and business.
Webb, who went to Dartmouth before getting a law degree at the University of Chicago, applied to five Consortium schools-Yale, Virginia, Berkeley, Michigan, and Emory-but also Harvard, Stanford, Wharton, and MIT Sloan.
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