ANTHONY MICHAEL CAMISA was born in Brooklyn, New York and grew up in Coram, New York. During his high school years at Longwood High School, he was on the soccer and wrestling teams. As a member of two Suffolk County wrestling championship teams, Anthony Michael Camisa earned All-County honors as well as being awarded the coveted Bulldog award by his coaches. Anthony Michael Camisa is especially proud of the fact that his wrestling team was ranked #1 in New York State and ranked one of the top 10 high school teams in the United States. To this day, Anthony Michael Camisa credits his high school wrestling coaches for molding him into the man he is today.

Upon graduating from Longwood High School, Anthony Michael Camisa attended the University at Albany where he was a four year starter on the wrestling team. During his wrestling career at Albany, Anthony Michael Camisa was three times All-Empire Conference, a two time participant in the NCAA Championships, two year captain, and 1995 Empire Conference champion at 167 pounds. Anthony Michael Camisa was also named to the National Wrestling Coaches Association’s Academic All-American team, which is awarded based on a combination of wrestling achievement and performance in the classroom. Anthony Michael Camisa was a member of the Dean’s List and has wonderful memories of the Capital Region.

Anthony Michael Camisa attended Hofstra University School of Law, where he was a member of several organizations dedicated to helping the underprivileged and underrepresented communities. At Hofstra, Anthony Michael Camisa was taught by the finest professors who laid the foundation for a successful legal career.

Anthony Michael Camisa’s family is very important to him and he enjoys family gatherings a great deal. Anthony Michael Camisa’s hobbies include reading, traveling, running, weightlifting, soccer, racquetball, basketball and taking on extreme athletic challenges as evidenced by his completion of the 2004 Rock-n-Roll marathon in San Diego, California. Future goals include completing an ironman triathlon, climbing a large mountain and starting in centerfield for the New York Mets.