Anthony Petrello (also known as Tony) began his professional journey in 1979 when he joined the law firm of Baker and McKenzie. In 1986, Anthony became the firm’s Managing Partner of their New York Office. He maintained this position until 1991 when he joined Nabor Industries, Ltd. as Chief Operating Officer. In 1992 he became the President of Nabor Industries Ltd. In 2003, Anthony held the position of Deputy Chairman at Nabor Industries, and held this position until June, 2012. During his stint as Deputy Chairman, he also held the position of Chief Executive Officer in 2011. In February of that same year Anthony held the office of Director at Stewart and Stevenson, LLC.
Along with a successful professional career, Anthony has Board memberships with many agencies including MediaOnDemand.com, Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston Museum of Fine Arts and Stewart and Stevenson LLC, National Petroleum Council, and the Council on Foreign Relations.
With regards to his educational background, Anthony Petrello attended and graduated from Harvard University Law School where he earned his Juris Doctor degree. He also is a graduate of Yale University where he received his Bachelor of Science (BS) and his Master of Science (MS) degrees in Mathematics.
On a personal note, Anthony had a roommate, Lloyd Grove who wrote an article for the Daily Beast. In this, Lloyd describes Petrello as a mathematics whiz who has gone on to become one of the highest CEOs in the US. He goes on to say that Tony Petrello was a skinny scholarship kid from Newark with a thick Jersey accent. He was an Italian-American with an extrovert personality who was very fond of pizza. He enjoyed joking about his family and quick to laugh during mealtime with friends. He was very good at mathematics and the favorite student of Professor Serge Lang who was a renown world class mathematician.