Anthony Mbroh, PE
Anthony Mbroh, PE
Anthony Mbroh founded Mbroh Engineering in 2006 after a long and successful career as an electrical engineer. His goal: to create a boutique electrical engineering design and services company that would provide innovative and exceptional engineering solutions to commercial and municipal clients. Since then, Mbroh Engineering has become an award-winning preferred provider of engineering design services across Texas and beyond.
Anthony leads Mbroh Engineering with purpose and dedication in serving Texas and Oklahoma, the places where he grew up and established his career. The Mbroh team rehabilitates critical infrastructure to better serve communities while producing thoughtful designs that improve the region’s ability to better respond in critical situations, all in collaboration among state and local agencies.
In October 2021, Governor Abbott appointed Anthony to the board of the Brazos River Authority. A longtime Texas resident, Anthony’s appointment expands his professional service, as this Board is of vital significance to Texas’ long-term prosperity and impacts Texans for generations to come.
Anthony is a proud alumnus of Oklahoma State University, where he earned his degree in Electrical Engineering before pursuing and achieving accreditation as a registered Professional Engineer. In addition to leading the Mbroh team and active participation in the local community, his decades of professional experience includes serving on several advisory boards and engineering organizations, including the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Water Environment Association of Texas (WEAT), National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), and International Society of Automation (ISA). Anthony is a graduate of the North Texas Commission’s (NTC) Leadership North Texas Class 12 and serves as a Board Member of NTC; he is also a member of the Community Foundation of Texas’s Community Leadership Council.
From the success of Mbroh Engineering, Tony has also been dedicated to the creation of opportunities for future engineers. In 2020, he established an endowed scholarship with an emphasis on supporting engineers of excellence from diverse backgrounds.