Anthony Petrello has the tall task of running operations and managing shareholder relations at one of the world’s largest oil drilling contracting companies, Nabors Industries. He’s been the CEO of this company since 2011 when Eugene Isenberg passed the torch down to him, and he’s earned a salary of $1.58 million in base pay to go with bonuses and equities that give him a total of over $27 million in compensation. But he’s also a member of several other boards including Hillcorp Energy and the Texas Children’s Hospital and read full article.
Anthony Petrello’s interest in the Texas Children’s Hospital stems from being a father of a young girl who was born with periventricular leukomalacia, a condition that eventually led to cerebral palsy. Anthony and his wife Cynthia have put all they have into helping their daughter fight through the struggles, but since they were unable to find treatment for her they’ve been working with the Dan and Jan Duncan Neurological Research Institute at the Texas Children’s hospital to help other young infants find treatments for their conditions. The Petrello’s have been among the top contributors to the institute with a gift of over $7 million.
Prior to joining the Texas Children’s Hospital and Nabors Industries, Anthony Petrello was an attorney at Baker & McKenzie law firm in New York City. He helped clients with tax and regulatory compliance for 13 years and was a partner at the firm for 6 years. He received his J.D. from Harvard and also has a bachelor’s and master’s degree in advanced mathematics from Yale and resume Anthony Petrello.