Martin Hall | Business Roundtable

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Marty Hall
Senior Vice President & Chief of Staff
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About BRT
Marty Hall is Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff to the Business Roundtable’s President &a CEO Joshua Bolten.  Hall assists in formulating, planning, and implementing the Business Roundtable agenda as well as overseeing member relations and the execution of the Business Roundtable CEO quarterly meetings. 
 
Hall joined the Business Roundtable from FirstEnergy Corporation, where he most recently served as Vice President, Energy Policy and Federal Affairs.  A corporate officer, Hall was responsible for the strategic direction related to federal and state energy policies.  Previously, Hall was on a 14-month special assignment leading merger integration efforts for the FirstEnergy/Allegheny Energy merger.  Hall joined FirstEnergy in 2009 as a vice president with management responsibility for the company’s environmental and technologies departments.  
 
Before joining FirstEnergy, Hall spent nearly a decade in the public sector and served as Chief of Staff at the White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) under President George W. Bush.  Prior to the Administration, he was Deputy Staff Director for the United States Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works. 
 
Hall began his professional career in marketing for OHM corporation.  He was soon re-assigned to help with the formation of a Conrail/OHM joint venture working on acquisitions and special projects before leading the external affairs efforts for the company.  
 
Hall received his B.S. from Northwestern University where he also played football for the Wildcats.