Tony Petrello is the CEO and the president of Nabors Industries Limited and its subsidiaries. Tony also serves as the chairman of the executive committee and the board of the organization. Nabors Ltd majors in geothermal and natural gas drilling and it’s the largest organization dealing in natural gas across the world.
Tony Petrello was raised from a middle-class family, but his hard work and skills in business have seen him in the leading world of the corporates executive. He is also a kind man and thrives in giving and supporting charity projects especially funding research towards global neurological disease projects. CEO Tony Petrello has continued to succeed particularly in the world of business. In 2015, Tony was the best-paid CEOs in the U.S; this is due to the growth the company experienced under his leadership.
Tony Petrello is where he is today because of his creativity and innovation, he has a natural gift, and he is consistent in everything he does. His determination to achieve his goals and dreams is fascinating. While still a student, Tony was downright famous due to his incredible skills in mathematics. Due to his passion and astonishing prowess, Yale University awarded him a scholarship as well as an opportunity for Serge Lang to mentor him.
Recently, Tony and his wife Cynthia hosted Broadway legend Tommy Tune in their home at Houston. Tommy Tune is famous across the world and especially in Houston where his roots are deeply connected. Tommy has also performed in various musical theatre productions and has been awarded a number of times. That night he was excited to be performing at Tommy Tune Tonight, and Tony and his wife made it perfect and invited 50 prominent guests.
Tony Petrello and his wife are known for supporting various projects including arts and education. In addition, when the Petrello’s had a daughter born with the neurological disorder, the duo now thrives in supporting research projects that major in childhood neurological diseases. Tony has therefore donated more than $7 million to Texas Children Hospital. By doing so, Tony aims to improve the life of his daughter and other children born with the same condition.
The graduate from Yale University and Harvard Law School where he studied law, together with his wife founded Petrello Family Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports different aspects of life such as health, education and arts. Due to his quest to improve the lives of the less fortunate, Tony was awarded the Woodrow Wilson Award for public service by Smithsonian.