How Tony Petrello has inspired many Individuals in America

At one time, Tony Petrello was one of the highly paid Chief Executive Officers in America. While he worked for Nabors Industries in 2014, he earned 68.2 million dollars. It is a company that leads in drilling oil and gas. Most of the individuals believed he deserved the earning because of his humility, honesty, and impeccable work performance. During his work, he observed a moral code that is based on fairness and respect. He is a business strategist who is brilliant. His success reflects the way he treats his fellow individuals. His conduct helped America to create many jobs.

Despite Tony Petrello leading a great oil company in the economy, he worked his way to earn the title. He grew up in Newark that is located in New Jersey. The environment encouraged to embrace topnotch working perspective. All the community members were encouraged to work together to ensure their needs are well catered. While at an early age, Tony Petrello understood that there were no shortcuts in life. Hence, he was driven to work hard to acquire success. He excelled in algebra and calculus thus earning a scholarship at Yale University. He was a mathematician scholar who helped Serge Lang with his work.

However, he switched his career and studied Human Sciences at the Harvard Law School. He worked for many years before he landed a job at Nabor industries. He worked for thirty years where he rose in various ranks before he became its CEO. In fact, he was recognized as one of the best leaders in the United States. Afterward, Tony Petrello appreciated the communities that helped him in his country. In conjunction with his wife, they donated millions to charities every year. He was unsatisfied with the leaders who earned much at the expense of the average workers. He signed a contract with Nabors industries which stated that 80 percent of his earning would be generated from the company’s revenue. His income would decrease in case the company’s revenues decrease. Moreover, his stewardship at the company has enhanced job creation in various sectors of the oil fields. It owns 1050 rigs which have provided employment to 100,000 individuals.

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Michael Lacey – Mathematician

Michael Thoreau Lacey, the American mathematician, was born in 1959. By the age of 28 he received a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  Read more: Michael Lacey | GAtech and Michael Lacey | Wikipedia

His thesis was in probability, more detailed in the iterated logarithm of empirical characteristic functions. From then, he has worked on probability, ergodic theory, and harmonic analysis.

Michael Lacey has worked at the Louisiana State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. From 1989 to 1996 he taught at the Indiana University. While there he received a National Science Foundation Fellowship. is work on the subject of conjecture was awarded the coveted Salem Prize in 1996.

The Salem Prize is awarded each year to a young mathematician that shows an outstanding work in the Fourier series. He has taken the time to lecture at other colleges on mathematics too.

Since 1996, Lacey has been a Professor of Mathematics at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He has gone on to achieve the Guggenheim Fellowship in 2004, which is a grant awarded annually to those “who have demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional creative ability in the arts.”

He also joined the American Mathematical Society in 2012. The AMS is an association of professional mathematicians that are interested in mathematical research, serving the nation through publications, and advocacy programs.

Lacey is the director of training grants of VIGRE and MCTP. He supports dozens of undergraduates, graduate students, and postdocs. He advises others in the graduate programs. He has mentored over ten postdocs.

Lacey has dedicated his lifetime building up the base of today’s knowledge in mathematics. He will forever be known for his contribution to the area of probability.

Michael Lacey is an American mathematician, professor, mentor and all around friend to mathematics!