Hunter Hunt is Chairman and CEO of Hunt Energy, a private, family-owned energy company with a diverse portfolio of energy businesses that employs a community-centric, purpose-driven approach that creates long-term value for all stakeholders. Founded in 1934 and positioned across the energy spectrum, Hunt Energy is comprised of Hunt Oil Company, Hunt Refining Company, power-focused Hunt Energy Solutions, technology-focused Hunt Energy Enterprises, and Hunt Utility Services, which operates Sharyland Utilities, a Hunt-founded regulated electric utility that owns transmission assets in Texas. Hunter passionately believes that energy should be viewed in the service of humanity, and thus devotes his time to causes that promote community development and that broaden the inclusiveness of organizations focused on underserved communities. He serves on the boards of the Dallas County Community College District Foundation and the Dallas County Promise, serves as Treasurer of the Dallas Citizens Council, and chairs the Strategy Committee of Texas Health Resources, North Texas’ largest healthcare system. He is also co-founder of the Hunter and Stephanie Hunt Institute of Engineering and Humanity, which focuses on bringing innovative technological and business solutions to the global poor, and serves on the board of the Lyle School of Engineering at SMU. He is also currently surviving being the father of teenage triplets.