Anthony Sicola is a Toyota Land Cruiser fanatic, IRONMAN, artist, photographer, food-lover, do-gooder, and an all-around good friend to have. Anthony’s job experience is as varied as his interests, he’s been a marketer, social media expert, project manager, fundraiser, program director, community relations manager, and he even spent a summer making salt water taffy on the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk.
The travel bug hit Anthony at a very young age and he spent many summers vagabonding around North America with his parents in their Jeep camper, an experience that drove his need to get away. Since then, he’s traveled through England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, 40 US states, Canada, Mexico, Italy, Germany and India. He speaks passable Spanish and Italian and slightly better English. He rode a motorbike through India, wrestled luchadors in Mexico, shared Tongba (millet beer) with an Indian military platoon in the remote Himalaya, traveled on countless chicken buses, and argued with a Carabinieri over a parking spot in Florence. In 2012, Anthony’s team, #teamASTRID won the Maya End of the World Rally, a ten day expedition-based scavenger hunt that took him from Guanajuato to Bacalar, Mexico with lots of challenges in between. Anthony’s top-secret lair is currently in Washington where he’s busy planning his next adventure.