Marty Hall

Former White House CEQ Chief of Staff

Biography

Marty Hall was most recently Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff at Business Roundtable, an association of Chief Executive Officers of America’s leading companies. Hall helped formulate, plan, and implement the Business Roundtable agenda as well as overseeing member relations.

Before Business Roundtable, Hall was Vice President for Energy Policy & Federal Affairs at FirstEnergy Corporation (FE). A corporate officer and member of the company’s Leadership Council, Hall was responsible for the strategic direction related to federal and state energy policies as well as federal legislative and regulatory efforts. Previously, he was vice president managing the company’s environmental department and energy technologies group.

Hall spent nearly a decade in the public sector in several senior positions including as Chief of Staff at the White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) under President George W. Bush. A top policy advisor on energy and environment issues, Hall was also lead White House liaison to the U.S. Senate during its considerations of the 2007 Energy Bill.

Prior to the White House, Hall was Majority Deputy Staff Director for the U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. He previously served the committee in the dual role of senior policy advisor and communications director.

Hall played college football for the Northwestern Wildcats.

Education

B.S. from Northwestern University

Area of Expertise

Political Strategy and Policy