Anthony Petrello on his healthcare philanthropic mission

Anthony Petrello is one of the people who is dedicated to making this world a better place. He has made it a responsibility in life to contribute on matters that affect the lives of other people especially the less privileged in a positive manner. Anthony Petrello changed perspective about life when he got his first daughter, Carena. Carena was born with a medical condition that has made Anthony Petrello consider life differently than he used to before. Anthony Petrello has been the CEO of the largest drilling firm in the world known as Nabors industries. This is a firm that has operations in the whole world. Therefore holding such a position means a lot about his personality.
Anthony Petrello educational background is very different from his current job description. As a holder of degrees in mathematics and law, one would not expect Petrello to be business executive of a big corporation such as Nabors Industries.

Anthony Petrello attended the Yale University Mathematics Degree and then went to the Harvard school of law to his Juris Doctor. After completing his law degree. He moved to NY where he joined a law firm known as Baker &McKenzie. This is a firm he would work for before he finally moved to Nabors Industries in 1991. His first role at Nabors was that of the chief operating officer. In his role, he managed to streamline the operations of the drilling firm, and in no time his input in the firm was clear for anyone to see.

Anthony Petrello took on a journey of a philanthropist after he experienced problems with his daughter medical condition. After unsuccessfully searching for facility that had the medical facilities and know-how to cure his daughter’s disorder. He embarked on a different journey; that of ensuring that the lives of the thousands of children living with such medical problem were given a chance to prosper. Anthony went to his neighboring children’s hospital in Texas and liaised with the management on how they would set up a firm that would deal with research related to neurological diseases.

To start off the initiative he donated $5 million towards the realization of medical treatment to this problem. He also promised to add another $2 million to the same initiative. Anthony Petrello hopes that one day the life of his daughter will resume back to normal through the initiatives that he has embarked on. He also hopes that many more children will benefit from his contributions.

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