Anthony Petrello has been a member of the Nabors Board of Directors since 1991. He is also a member of the executive committee and has been since 1991 as well. Mr. Anthony Petrello has had a long and prosperous history with Nabors Industries LTD.
He has been the CEO and President of Nabors since October of 2011. Another important function that Mr. Petrello provides to the company is his excellent planning and direction initiative which helps the company prosper and enable new business strategies.
Before Mr. Petrello graced Nabors Industries with his expertise, he was an attorney with Baker & McKenzie Law Firm. At their Law Firm he focused on taxation, general corporate law and international arbitration. He was the managing partner of Baker & McKenzie in their New York office from 1986 to approximately 1991. He resigned in 1991. Mr. Petrello got his law degree from Harvard University. He also received his BS and MS degrees from Yale in mathematics.
Tony Petrello is also the director of the Texas Children’s Hospital. Petrello is a huge advocate for clinical research and programs for neurological disorders for children. This in part is due to having a disabled daughter himself. He and his wife have made it their life’s mission to try to help children that have neurological disorders like their child and more information click here.
Although Tony Petrello had his share of hardships he has persevered and managed to graduate from some of the highest ranked schools and is now the head of a major corporation. His old college roommate was amazed at how far he has come. He could not believe when he saw his name that it was the same scrawny kid he went to college with and learn more about Anthony.
Now that he knows how to make Nabors Industries a successful corporation, who knows where Mr. Petrello will turn his sights to next. It seems that he is able to make just about anything work once he sets his mind to it. Tony has come a long way from his early days in New Jersey as a child of working-class parents and his Twitter.
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