Tony Hall is a native of Silver Spring, Maryland, a suburb of Washington D.C. . He is a graduate of Pennsylvania College of Technology where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Web and Applications Development in 2011. Early in his career, he worked as a Web Developer for various government contractors under the National Institutes of Health in Maryland. Relocating to North Carolina in 2017, he continued his work in IT. Deciding to pursue a career in serving the disabled community in 2019, he joined The Arc of The Triangle as a job coach. He soon began job coaching groups of high school students in the Project SEE program. Tony received The Arc’s Support Professional of the Year Award in 2021. Being a person with a disability himself, he states that he has a passion for advocating for adults and children with disabilities. Outside of work, he enjoys trying new recipes, raising his 7-year-old dog, participating in adaptive recreational activities, attending and participating in poetry events and spending time with friends.