Gordon T. Hall grew up in a christian family and attended Boston University for two years until deciding to transfer to Gordon College. There he met his future wife, Gayle, and graduated in 1981 with a major in mathematics.
Following his bachelor’s degree and four years working as an engineer at Raytheon, Mr. Hall enrolled in MIT’s Sloan School of Management, which would prepare him for a career at Credit Suisse for the next 15 years. From his beginnings as a technology analyst at the company, Hall would become senior oil services analyst, head of the Houston office, and co-head of the Global Energy Group, and eventually rose to the rank of managing director.
Mr. Hall retired from Credit Suisse in 2002 and assumed the role of director for Hydril Company and Hanover Compressor Co. He is currently vice chairman of the board for Exterran Holdings, lead independent director of Noble Corporation, chairman of the board of Theatrics.com, and a director of Select Energy Services.
Mr. Hall resides in Sugar Land, Texas, with his wife, Gayle, and their four children. Actively involved at Sugarland’s Vineyard Church, he leads a businessmen’s Bible study and has a heart for global missions.