As the CEO of Emagen Entertainment Group Inc., Anthony Saleh oversees the careers of singer Alina Baraz, superstar rapper Future and multi-platinum rap legend, Nas. He previously partnered with Troy Carter to be the Executive Vice President of Atom Factory where he helped represent Nicki Minaj, Robin Thicke, Mary J. Blige, Lady Gaga, and Priyanka Chopra.
Anthony is also a partner at WndrCo, where he has teamed up with Jeffrey Katzenberg and others to invest in the next wave of digital media and technology that is constantly evolving, and is an influential member and part-time resident of Silicon Valley, where he is an avid angel and seed investor and advisor to many of America's top technology start-up companies. His portfolio of 150+ companies includes Change.org, Fancy, Genius, Tradesy, Casper, DropBox, Lyft, Ring, Thrive Market, PillPack, and many more.
Anthony Saleh has also been named as Forbes 30 Under 30, Billboard's Top 30 Under 30 and won an Emmy for his work in the ESPN documentary Survival 1.
Anthony is a leader who is able to merge his many relationships across various platforms and provides them opportunities to grow. His uncanny ability to fuse the worlds of fashion, entertainment, business and finance makes him a strong asset in all of his ventures.