Marty Hall

Former Republican Staff Director – House Climate Select Committee


Marty Hall is a leading energy, climate, and environmental policy expert with extensive public and private sector experience. He has served in senior positions in both the White House and Congress, as well as executive roles for a Fortune 200 company and a premier business association.

Most recently, he was Republican Staff Director for the United States House of Representatives Select Committee on the Climate Crisis under its Ranking Member, Rep. Garret Graves (R-LA). He joined the select committee shortly after it was created in 2019 and continued until early 2022. While in the House, Hall was also the senior staff lead and chief strategic advisor to the House Republican Leadership Task Force on Energy, Climate, and Conservation.

Prior to his joining the House of Representatives, he served as Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff for Business Roundtable (BRT), an association of chief executive officers of America’s leading companies. As part of the senior executive team, Hall was instrumental in advancing the priorities of BRT.

Before Business Roundtable, Hall was a vice president at FirstEnergy, one of the nation’s largest investor-owned utilities. During his tenure, he managed several corporate groups including the environmental department; energy policy; advanced technologies group; and federal affairs. He served on a year-long special assignment to co-lead the FirstEnergy-Allegheny Energy merger integration team tasked with developing corporate structure and priorities for the merged company. The group Hall led was responsible for managing twelve separate integration teams with over five hundred employees.

Prior to FirstEnergy, Hall has served in senior positions in both the White House and United States Senate. A top energy and environmental advisor to President George W. Bush, he was Chief of Staff of the White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ). Before joining CEQ, Hall was Majority Deputy Staff Director for the United States Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works.

Hall began his professional career in the private sector working for a joint venture focusing on mergers and acquisitions.

Hall is a graduate of Northwestern University where he played football for the Wildcats.


B.S. from Northwestern University

Area of Expertise

Political Strategy and Policy