Antonio Molina is a Navy Veteran. After leaving the military Antonio went through a complete career change and began working in the health care industry, working his way up to eventually becoming the Chief Operating Officer for Consultorio Medico Hispano, a family medical practice geared towards helping the uninsured or underinsured community of Metro Atlanta. Antonio obtained his Bachelor's degree from Emory University, and his Juris Doctorate from Georgia State University College of Law, all while still working for Consultorio Medico Hispano. Since passing the Bar Antonio has been working as an attorney at the Heidari Power Law Group, a corporate law firm focused on litigation, transactional law, and compliance work, and Of Counsel for D’Aurio Law, a personal injury firm.
Through the years, Antonio has served in various capacities for numerous non-profit organizations, governmental agencies, school boards, and was the Chief of Staff for State Representative Pedro Marin from 2013 to 2019. Additionally, Antonio is the current Chair-Elect for the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and is an at large for the Latino Community Fund and the Georgia Independent College Association.
For all of his contributions, Antonio has been recognized with the GPC Alumnus of the Year Award in 2014, named as Georgia Trend Magazine’s 40 under 40 in 2015, selected as one of the 40 under 40 by the Atlanta Business Chronicle in 2018, selected as one of the 40 under 40 by Georgia State University in 2020, and was the recipient of the Community Champion Award by Congressman Hank Johnson. Antonio is also the founder of the prestigious 50 Most Influential Latinos Awards which recognizes and brings in all the top Hispanic leaders throughout the state. While most people do not know where he gets the time to do all these things, Antonio credits his military training, his family’s support, and most importantly God’s blessing for his success.