USHEALTH Group Inc’s CEO is Troy McQuagge who has won CEO of the year from the One Planet Awards, in the Gold Winner category. The One Planet Award is given to people who show distinctive excellence in every industry all over the world. Nominees are submitted, both public and private. McQuagge has worked at USHEALTH Group Inc. since 2010. USHEALTH has grown since McQuagge took the helm. US HEALTH is doing well. Troy McQuagge’s goal is to resolve the health-care affordability problem for individuals who need health insurance. The One Planet award is open to executives as well as teams who release new products and services, as well as public relations marketing, and corporate communication skills.
McQuagge is from Panama City, Florida, getting his degree from the University of Central Florida, where he earned a degree in legal studies, although he moved to Cottell, Texas. Having over 30 years of sales experience, he worked for Allstate Insurance in 1983, moving on to UICI/Health Market in 1995. McQuagge is able to resolve complex issues, as he is working on the profitability of individual health insurance. McQuagge is a good boss who is considerate of the people working for him. USHEALTH group has grown in a short time because of his work. He is instrumental in building better business at his job.
He also works with charity organizations such as Hope Kids Phoenix, Semper Fi Fund, Trinity Habitat for Humanity, Health Market, and Phoenix of New Orleans. While working for US Health, he restructured the hierarchy of company operations, which got him appointed to President/CEO of USHEALTH. USHEALTH gives coverage to people who are self-employed. McQuagge is committed to his company’s vision of overall profit and an ability to maintain the ability to grow. His Gold Winner award has been given to him because of his skill using the currency of new ideas, as well as taking corporate social responsibilities seriously.
Tony Petrello is the current Chief Executive Officer and the Chief Operating Officer of Nabors Industries, the world’s largest mineral extraction company. He has made this company rise to the higher levels regarding the services delivery as well as its relationship to the society. As a philanthropist, Petrello has contributed to many research bodies motivated by his own daughter Carena since she was eight years old. Petrello has an amazing wife and an active daughter whom he strives to give the best of his attention. He also has an inspiring academic background that every individual would wish to have.
The academic success of Tony Petrello
The CEO of Nabors Industries, Tony Petrello grew up in Newark where he achieved his primary education from one of the public schools in the area. He was from a humble background, but that only motivated him all the same. He attended high school in which he discovered that he was a budding mathematician. He managed to win a scholarship to Yale University to advance his mathematic skills. Tony Petrello’s fantastic sense of humor and outgoing nature made him have very many allies in the University. However, upon his graduation from his master’s degree course, he went against all the odds and pursued law successfully at the Ph.D. level at Harvard University. Upon this achievement, Tony Petrello joined Baker and McKenzie law business in 1979 where his focus was on General Corporate Law especially on International Arbitration and Taxation.
The experience of Tony Petrello as a manager
Tony Petrello started being in the managerial positions in the late 1980s to date. He managed Baker and McKenzie law firm as a partner. However, due to his higher ambitions, he resigned in 1991. He moved to Nabors Industries in the same year as a member of the Board of Directors and at the same time a member of the Executive Board Committee. He served as the Deputy Chairman of the drilling company until 2011 when he became a full CEO. He has served here with a lot of diligence that in 2015 he was one of the CEO with the heaviest salaries in the US.
Tony Petrello is a philanthropist
This global CEO owes Petrello’s success to his nature of giving back to the society. He supports Texas Children’s Hospital both financially and in spirit. He got the motivation to do this from her daughter who had mental problems. He, therefore, dedicated most of his donations to the neurological research in the same foundation to better the lives of children who might have such challenges. In 2007, he donated $7million while his associate Dan Duncan 50 million towards the research.Tony Petrello’s generosity is the secret behind his success.
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Many women dream of being a successful business leader, commanding respect in board meetings and making important decisions. Unfortunately, the business world can be tough for women, especially because many sectors of the business world are male driven and male dominated. But some women, like Susan McGalla, have become successful and broken that glass ceiling through determination, hard work, and the help of others. More than 40 years after women began entering the workplace full force, only a small fraction of S%P Fortune 500 companies have women in upper-level leadership roles.
Susan McGalla, like many other female executives, believes strongly in reducing the obstacles for women to hold positions like hers. As the Vice President of Business Strategy and Creative Development for the Pittsburgh Steelers, she holds an important position that influences how the Pittsburgh Steelers are seen by the fans. As a native Pittsburgher and a lifelong fan, this job is a dream job for her. But for McGalla, the climb was not easy, and she did not fall into the position at the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Instead, Susan McGalla began her career at Joseph Horne Company, before joining American Eagle where she slowly rose through the ranks until she became president and chief merchandising officer. She found the corporate culture there somewhat difficult to navigate because there were very few women at the company. However, she attributes some of her success to the fact that because of the way she was raised, as an equal to men, she never felt intimidated by them. Eventually, McGalla left to form her own company, P3 Executive Consulting, LLC, before being hired by the Steelers.
Like many female executives, she attributes her successes and the footholds she achieved not to bonding with other women through female empowerment clubs, but to the men and women who helped give her career a boost. That is why corporate sponsorship is so important for companies that wish to diversify the executive positions. Through mentorship and sponsorship promising young women can learn skills from and attract the attention of men and women who already have successful and fulfilling careers.