Anthony Landis is senior director of College and Career Access & Success at the Ohio Department of Higher Education, where he manages more than $30 million dollars in federal organizations and higher education initiatives in Ohio. He oversees the state's Postsecondary Career and Technical Education portfolio, which includes oversight of Ohio’s 53 adult-career centers, and has a management role within various initiatives of the state’s 23 community colleges, 18 regional campuses, and 14 universities. Landis also serves in a leadership position for the Carl D. Perkins federal grant. He has responsibilities in the area of career pathways development and works with staff members who specialize in career-technical credit transfer and postsecondary access and success. Landis has been a leader in the state for projects such as Lumina Foundation’s Credit When It’s Due “reverse-transfer” initiative, the Institute of Higher Education Policy’s Win-Win Project, the National Governors Association’s Academy for Career Technical Education, and the One-Year Option in Ohio. He has more than twenty-four years of experience in higher education administration and policy in the areas of workforce development, economic advancement, academic affairs, and student affairs.