Anthony Tellish joined the National Public Education Support Fund in January 2014, overseeing operations and the coordination of the international program. Previously, Anthony was a middle school social studies teacher in Maryland. Prior to teaching, he worked for the Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington, DC and more recently at The Doe Fund, a major homeless services organization in New York City. While at the Doe Fund, he spearheaded their major gifts program, which resulted in a significant increase to the organization’s overall annual fundraising capability. In addition to earning a Master’s Degree from New York University in Sociology of Education and Education Policy he earned a B.A. from American University in Political Science and his teaching certification from DePaul University.