President and CEO, Tellurian Inc.
Meg Gentle is the President and CEO of Tellurian Inc., which develops large-scale energy infrastructure including natural gas export terminals. She previously served as Executive Vice President of Marketing and Chief Financial Officer at Cheniere Energy, Inc., which pioneered the emergence of the United States as one of the largest suppliers of natural gas to the international market. Prior to Cheniere, Meg conducted international business development and strategic planning for Anadarko Petroleum Corporation and energy market analysis for Pace Global Energy Services. Meg is a member of the International Advisory Board of the Atlantic Council, a think tank devoted to shaping policy choices and strategies to create a more free, secure, and prosperous world. Meg serves on the Board of Visitors of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and the Governing Board of Casa de Esperanza (the House of Hope for children in Houston) as Treasurer and head of the finance committee. Meg earned a Bachelor of Arts in economics and international affairs from James Madison University in 1996 and a Master of Business Administration from Rice University in 2004.