Marty Hall is Senior Policy Fellow at CRES Forum. Previously, he served as the Minority Staff Director for the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis. He joined the select committee shortly after it was created in 2019. Hall also served as the chief strategic advisor and lead staff for the Republican leadership task force on Energy, Climate, and Conservation.
Prior to his joining the committee, he was Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff at Business Roundtable, an association of chief executive officers of America’s leading companies. As a member of the senior executive team, Hall was active in formulating, planning, and implementing the Business Roundtable agenda.
Before Business Roundtable, Hall was a vice president at FirstEnergy, one of the nation’s largest investor-owned utility companies. He joined the company in 2009 after leaving the White House at the end of the Bush Administration. 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 as co-lead of the merger integration group tasked with developing integration plans for a multi-billion-dollar merger. The integration group was comprised of twelve teams and over five hundred employees.
Previously, Hall 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. Prior to the White House, 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.