Tony Patrello is the successful CEO of Nabors Drilling. He came from a working class family., going on to attend Yale university and Harvard school of law due to his remarkable academic record where he obtained his Masters degree and bachelor’s degrees He is currently involved in a number of advisory boards like the Stewart and Stevenson and the Texas Children’s Hospital, where he is the director and is currently CEO and Chairman Nabors Drilling after his appointment in 1991 with its base in Hamilton, Bermuda.
There was an article about him on Mathematics, Law, Business and Charity and his unique dream towards that objective. Patrello grew up in a working-class family in the area of New Jersey, he came from a working class family through all the odds to become the Chief Executive Officer of a multinational company, not just any company but the world’s largest land based drilling company. Using revenue in different ways he has donated on research to curing neurological diseases, cementing a status as true philanthropist.
He has always shown the signs of pure genius from young age, being an extrovert also in writing down equation to prove theory. This did not go unnoticed, as Yale university offered a state scholarship supervised by Serge Lang a professor of mathematics from France, that published various mathematical textbooks. Unfortunately, Tony Patrello didn’t want to continue in his mathematics interest switching to the field of Law instead.
Yale university fine tuned his social life during this period and due to his outgoing personality met his wife Cynthia, currently a TV producer actress and dancer. After his bachelor’s degree, he enrolled in Harvard school of law. Many people believe that because of his personality and ability to buttress is point, law was the right fit for him. He went on to graduate in 1970s, shooting for the stars afterwards.
Tony Patrello went on to join McKenzie & Baker Law Firm in 1979, under the branch of arbitration and taxation. His job experience in business and law, helped him grow and excel on the job after which he became a managing partner of McKenzie and Bakers New York division in 1986. He spent some time there before moving on to Nabors Drilling, a company specialised in the oil and gas exploration. Coincidentally, he was formerly the one in charge of Nabors accounts at McKenzie, and were happy with how he managed the books. Nabors is about 50 years old and since their start, they now function in 25 countries worldwide.
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