Echo’s senior management team and Board of Directors represents expertise across all areas of a mid-tier oil and gas company.

Echo Production Team

Leadership, Board
& Governance

Current market drivers and reduced global demand have adversely impacted production and pricing. Accordingly, Echo’s “Horizon” growth strategy required the company to recruit additional O&G talent, expand its internal controls and leverage capital to acquire new production opportunities.

This will allow Echo to be nimble to maintain its profitable posture and identify new M&A opportunities. 

Anne Street Skipper

Co-Owner/Chief executive officer

Anne was raised in Graham, Texas the corporate headquarters of Echo Production. Anne and her brother W. Glenn Street, Jr. are the great grandchildren of Colonel E.S. Graham, founder of Graham, Texas. Anne is active in Echo Production and liaisons with senior leadership regarding the interest of the owners. In addition to Anne’s Echo Production commitments, she is an active civic leader in many charities, a graduate and Trustee of Texas Wesleyan University and owner of the Wildcatter Ranch in Graham, Texas.

Kevin Hughes


Kevin is a Retired KPMG Audit Partner who specialized in Energy, Power and Utilities for 38 years.  He was designated as a SEC Reviewing Partner and served several years in the KPMG National Department of Professional Practice in New York City.  He served the Firm’s energy clients in mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings, leveraged buyouts, public and private debt offerings, enterprise and energy risk management systems and controls.  He is a graduate of Louisiana State University and resides in Dallas, Texas.  In addition to his Board responsibilities at Echo Production, he serves as an executive advisor to CFGI, a Carlyle portfolio financial consulting firm. 

W. Tompie Hall

Chief Financial Officer

A senior leadership team member, Tompie brings significant financial expertise and experience to Echo Production. As a former KPMG Partner and Private Equity Partner, He has led senior level engagements and participated in global projects exceeding 18.0 billion through-out his 38 year financial career. Also, he teaches “corporate governance” at the graduate level in higher education and inculcates to his students the importance of integrity and ethics. Tompie is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), a graduate of Texas Wesleyan University and KPMG’s Management Institute.

Adam Plumbley


Adam Plumbley is a litigation attorney specializing in energy law. Adam advises his clients in all aspects of the energy industry from upstream production to downstream marketing. Adam has litigated matters that run the energy gamut, including eminent domain, areas or mutual interest, joint operating disputes, encroachment issues, wellbore trespass, and obligations to pay royalties. Adam also advises clients on agreements, regulations, and the status and impact of new legislation. Adam is a graduate of Texas Christian University and received his law degree from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, which is now Texas A&M University School of Law. 

Jick Fisher

Chief Operating Officer

Jick possesses a wide array of oil and gas experience, expertise and knowledge capital. His work experience includes assignments with industry leaders such as TXO and Stephens Engineering. As a licensed professional petroleum engineer, Jick has deep knowledge of esoteric O&G engineering associated with isopach mapping, acquisitions, volumetric analytics, water flood feasibility studies, down-hole engineering, wellhead operations and gas plant surveillance. Jick’s leadership qualities, coupled with his organizational skills, creates an atmosphere of focused productivity, employee buy-in and investor confidence. Jick is an engineering graduate from Texas A & I University.