Tony Petrello is a great example of a leader who juggles numerous responsibilities. While he does all he is expected to do, Tony is good at it. Currently, Tony is the CEO, president and chairman of Nabors Industries. He is also a director in Stevensons LLC, Stewart & Stevenson and Hilcorp Energy Company. That is not all for Tony because he is also actively involved in Philanthropy and a family man. He has a daughter with a special illness called periventricular leukomalacia.
Tony began working at Nabor Industries in 1991. He has come a long way with this company. Before joining Nabors, Tony was at Baker and McKenzie for fifteen years as managing partner. This was where he started his career until he went to Nabors in 1991. Looking at Tony’s work record, he is a loyal and dedicated man to his work. It is high unusual to meet people who would commit to one company for this long.
Since Tony Petrello joined Nabors, the company has grown immensely and achieved success. Tony applied his administration, legal and strategic planning expertise to this company. Through his leadership and strategies, Nabors has stood out as a big contractor in oil, gas and geothermal driller. So far, the company has over twenty six thousand employees. Such a big corporation could only be measuring its revenue in billions.
All these skills and knowledge were instilled by the best universities in the world. Tony Petrello attained his Juris Doctor degree from Harvard-School of Law. He proceeded to Yale for his bachelor and masters degree. Apart from business and managing companies, Tony is passionate about philanthropy. He believes in giving back to the community and helping the needy.
Tony Petrello is a member of the board at Texas Children Hospital. The hospital has a research center for neurological conditions. Tony supports this center because he would like a breakthrough in neurological conditions. His interest in neurological conditions was inspired by his daughter Carena. Her condition has affected her ability speak, chew food and walk.
Although Carena is slow in her development, Tony Petrello and his wife Cynthia consider Carena as a blessing in their lives. She is eight years old but Carena is better than other children who are suffering than her. Tony and Cynthia have committed $17 million to the research institute. It will go a long way in bringing progress. The couple hopes one day to get a cure that will help even other people with the same predicament.