Mr. Anthony Mize Jr. is the Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator at the Oxford College of Emory University. He received his Bachelor of Science in Communications and minor in Music from The Tennessee State University and his Master of Education in Higher Education Administration from Northeastern University. With almost seven years as a Student Affairs professional, Mr. Mize has a background in student development and programming, student activities, residence life, multicultural services, diversity and inclusion, etc. Outside of higher education, Mr. Mize is the founder of a male empowerment project called The M.A.C.H.O. Project and a co-founder of a group called Academic Brothers Come First. In addition, Mr. Mize is a member of several societies such as Golden KEY International Honour Society and Profound Gentleman to name a few. He has experience in the arts as a musical performer and model and is a member of Phi Mu Alpha Music Fraternity of America and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated. Driven by creativity, planning and inspiring others; Mr. Mize frequently gives back through motivational speaking, training workshops and community engagement. Overall, his personal message to others is to “Keep Extending Yourself” for it is the K.E.Y. to opening up many doors of opportunity and success.