Tony Petrello

Before being promoted to the position of the Chief Executive Officer of the Nabors Industries Limited in 2011, Antony Petrello was the president of the company in 1992. He also served as the Chief Operating Officer of Nabors Company from 1979 to 1991. Also, he was a managing partner at a law firm known as Baker and McKenzie. As a managing partner at the law firm, Antony Petrello specialized in corporate taxes.

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Perhaps, Antony Petrello has been involved in different philanthropist activities. Tony and his wife Cynthia got the inspiration from their adversity. At some point in their life, Tony and Cynthia Petrello were dedicated to bringing a first-of-its-kind research initiative to life. This kind of dedication was demonstrated by their generous donation of $5 million, which was followed by a commitment of $7 million.

Together with his wife, Mr. Antony believes that every day of their life is a miracle. They can now see their daughter take breakfast and chew solid foods. Their daughter was suffering from a neurological condition that made her struggle through the childhood development. The complication is caused by the lack of oxygen or flow of blood to the brain.

The experience made Tony believe in hope and a better future. He understands that every child has the opportunity of reaching their full potential in life. As a member of the Texas Children Boards of Trustees, Antony Petrello was able to investigate pediatric research institutions such as Johns Hopkins, UCLA, and Harvard. The investigation was also carried out across Europe and some other parts of the world.

The extensive search made Antony comes to a conclusion that translational research, which is done on a large scale can result in a dramatic difference. However, nobody is supporting it. Therefore, by being a philanthropic Antony took the advantage to help the children who are in need.

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