ANTHONY H. HOLLIDAY, JR.Senior Consultant, NewPoint Strategies
Anthony Holliday is a senior consultant and trainer for NewPoint Strategies, LLC. Mr. Holliday has extensive experience in labor relations and law, mediation, contract negotiations, and handling disciplinary and adverse actions as a former labor relations advisor in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Department of the Navy and the Federal Labor Relations Authority. His work as a labor advisor with federal agencies and as an officer of Probation and Parole with the State of Florida covered a range of issues concerning diversity and conflict resolution.
Currently, Mr. Holliday is the President of the Holliday Consulting Group offering education, training, and support in a variety of areas. He has served as a Professor of Legal Environments with the School of Business, Howard University and has taught Mortuary Law as an Associate Professor for the University of the District of Columbia.
Mr. Holliday is certified as a mediator with the District of Columbia Superior Court, the Department of Human Rights and Minority Business Development, and the U.S. Postal Service. His experience as an independent consultant spans over several years and includes service with the U.S. Department of Education as a grant reviewer for law school clinical programs and contributions to the Congressional Record and technical reports generated from the proceedings of the U.S. Senate Commission on the Status of the African-American Male.
Additionally, Mr. Holliday has conducted national labor law seminars; served as a trainer/facilitator for workshops and seminars on topics such as Alternative Dispute Resolution/Conflict Resolution, Managing Diversity, Sexual Harassment, EEO Practice and Procedure, and Supervisory and Management Skills.
Among the professional organizations in which he holds membership are, among others, the Society of Federal Labor Relations Professionals, the Society of Professionals in Dispute Resolution, the Golden Key National Honor Society, and the Phi Delta Kappa Professional Fraternity in Education.
Mr. Holliday received his LL.M in Labor Law from Georgetown University Law Center and holds a J.D. degree from the University of Miami School of Law, Coral Gables, Florida.