Anton Mack  /  Founder of Century House

Anton has dedicated his life to developing great talent. Early in his career, Anton coached and judged elite-level gymnastics, produced and choreographed actors for the theatrical stage, and counseled undergraduate and graduate students in business, engineering, law and medicine. He served as an admissions director at the Johns Hopkins University and University of Baltimore School of Law, dean of admissions at Loyola Law School, largest in California, and later, as managing director and chief talent officer at top-ranked international law firm, Paul Hastings LLP. He hired and trained over 1000 lawyers across Asia, Europe, North America and South America, and created fellowship and scholarship programs at leading universities, including Cambridge, Harvard, Oxford, Paris, Peking and Yale.

Today, Anton manages a multi-faceted business which includes business and career advising, historic preservation, furniture design, and Century House, the private social club. He serves as the vice president of the South Main Association and member of the Memphis Maker Council. Anton holds a bachelor's degree from the Johns Hopkins University and an MBA from ESCP Europe (Paris). He also completed graduate studies at Harvard University, the College of Europe (Belgium), Fundação Getúlio Vargas (Brazil), and the University of Texas-Austin. He was classically trained at the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore, and was a state gymnastics champion.

Hailing from Central London most recently, he has overseen the restoration of Century House and the development of the club. Anton’s vision is to build a home with an unrivaled calendar of member events, great parties and performances, and first class service for its brilliant members and their guests.