Anthony Saporito Announces Retirement

June 7, 2024

Anthony (Tony) Saporito, Executive Vice President of the MCA/MSCA of New York, Inc. (MCANY), has announced his upcoming retirement. He said, “I had a great time in this industry, and I look forward to continuing the journey in other realms.” His last day will be June 30, 2024. MCAA wishes Tony a fruitful journey no matter where life takes him next.

Tony’s 38 years in the industry began when he joined MCANY on May 5, 1986. After a brief stint at the Steamfitters’ Industry Funds Office, he spent seven years at the MCA of New Jersey, Inc. under the leadership of Alan O’Shea. In 1999, he moved to the General Contractors Association. He returned to MCANY in 2003 and was promoted to Executive Vice President in 2010.

Tony has led the MCA/MSCA of New York, Inc. through multiple negotiations, served as a chair and trustee on UA Local 638’s pension, welfare, and education funds, and guided the MCANY through the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, Tony served as a longtime board member for NY Helmets to Hardhats, an organization dedicated to helping Veterans transition to careers in the trades. His MCAA service included time as the Association Executives Council Chair, a Board of Directors Member, and Executive Leadership Initiative Chair.

During his time at MCANY, Tony fostered a truly positive work environment for his staff and navigated the ups and downs in the industry with finesse. He is known for always working with a good attitude and an even better sense of humor.

In an announcement to MCANY members, the association thanked Tony for his dedication, wisdom, and guidance over the years. “His mentorship and kindness have made a lasting impact on all of us. We are also so very thankful for Tony’s wife, Jeanne Saporito, and all she did to support Tony and MCA over the years.”

Tony expressed his gratitude and enthusiasm for what’s next is an announcement to fellow association executives:

“Thank you all for many great years, and a few difficult ones. I’ve learned so much from many of you and I thank you for that, and for the friendship and camaraderie forged over the years. For those of you who are relatively new to the industry, best wishes to you. For those who I have known for many years, I’ll miss you, but excited for what is next.”

Tony will hand the reins over to Shane McMorrow, MCANY’s Assistant Vice President for the last 12 years, on June 30.

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