Anthony Petrello’s Legacy Of Giving Back

Anthony Petrello began his path in higher education by receiving a Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School. In addition, he also obtained both Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Mathematics from Yale University. Completing multiple degrees in two of most highly regarded universities in America was just the beginning for Anthony Petrello.

From 1979 to 1991, Petrello worked in the law industry, for the firm of Baker & McKenzie. In 1992, he would go on to become the President of Nabors Industries, becoming CEO in 2011. Nabors Industries has won multiple awards in its respective field. In 2007, the EnCana Safety Recognition Award was won by Nabors Industries for achieving excellence in safety measures. Safety awards from the CAODC are other trophies that Nabors has won. The CAODC awards are given out when a business excels at being a safe business. In 2009, over 100 separate Nabors Industries employees were given these awards. In 2011, he started work as a Director at Stewart & Stevenson, LLC. Anthony Petrello’s total calculated compensation, for the fiscal year of 2015, is $27,663,602.

The daughter of Cynthia and Tony Petrello has been a fighter all of her life. A premature birth, at only 24 weeks, Carena weighed just 20 ounces when she was born. Diagnosed with Perventricular Leuomalacia, a disease that is caused by lack of oxygen or blood to the brain of a premature child. Cynthia and Tony Petrello began to work with the Texas Children’s Hostpital, presenting them with an extremely generous $5 million donation to further research efforts. His dedication and generosity led Petrello to earn a seat on the Texas Children’s Hospital Board of Trustees.

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