Habitat for Humanity Planned Giving Director Anthony W. Duva
Anthony W. Duva, a diplomat of the University of Central Florida’s graduate-level public administration program, currently acts as the director of planned giving development for Habitat for Humanity International, Inc. His work with the organization emphasizes the development and advancement of its external planned giving program. Anthony W. Duva holds more than two decades of experience in the areas of advancement, fundraising and development. He previously functioned as the Associate Vice-President for Gift Planning with Georgia Health Sciences University (GHSU) in Augusta, Georgia. His work with the university entailed the oversight of all aspects of estate planning and planned gifts made by contributors to each of the university's five colleges.
Outside of his work with Habitat for Humanity, Tony Duva, who also holds a law degree from the University of Florida College of Law, has led Duva Limited as principal for over two decades. His responsibilities in this position emphasize business and legal consulting services ranging from commercial law to probate and property law. Mr. Duva is also working toward a doctorate in public administration from Valdosta State University with a in healthcare, health policy and health law.