The Generosity of Anthony Petrello

The oil industry is one of the largest industries in the world. They have a global presence and their services are used by most modernized countries. One of best-known companies in the oil industry is Nabors Industries, Ltd.

Nabors Industries was founded in 1968. They are an oil, natural gas, and geothermal drilling company. They own and operate the largest land-based drilling rig fleet in the world. According to 2008 numbers, the company employs almost 27,000 employees all over the world.

The CEO of Nabors Industries is Anthony “Tony” Petrello. He has been at the head of the company since 2011. His credentials are stellar starting with his educational background. He received both his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Mathematics from Yale University. He then went on to earn a J.D. from Harvard Law School. After his graduation from Harvard, he spent thirteen years working for a law firm.

Tony Petrello has been highly successful in his career. In addition to his work duties, he offers his time to the Texas Children’s Hospital. He is on the board there and spends a lot of time researching and advocating for neurological disorders. The Texas Children’s Hospital is home to the Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute.

Tony Petrello and his wife are large donors to the Texas Children’s Hospital. Eight years ago, their daughter was born at 24 weeks. She weighed just 20 ounces at birth. There were some complications and it was determined that their baby had cerebral palsy. Their daughter did not progress and develop like other children, and she spends a good amount of time at the Texas Children’s Hospital.

Tony Petrello and his wife Cynthia are determined to find a cure and they donate their time and their money to that cause. The Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute is doing great things, and the Petrello’s want to make sure those good things continue for a long time to come.

 

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