Chevron names Ourada as corporate VP and comptroller

Chevron Corp. (NYSE:CVX) has named Jeanette L. Ourada as corporate vice president and comptroller, effective April 1. She succeeds Matthew J. Foehr, who will retire from the company on March 31 after 33 years of service.

In her new role, Ourada will lead corporate-wide accounting, financial reporting and analysis, and internal controls. Additionally, she will oversee Finance Shared Services, the organization she has led since July 2013.

Ourada has held a series of leadership roles within the finance organization since joining Chevron as part of the Unocal acquisition in 2005. Before assuming her current role as general manager of Finance Shared Services, Ourada served as assistant treasurer, operating company support and intercompany financing. From 2009 to 2012, she was general manager of investor relations. From 2007 to 2009, Ourada was general manager of finance for Chevron's Asia South Business Unit in Bangkok, Thailand. From 2005 to 2007, she was responsible for Chevron International Exploration and Production Co.'s forecasting and reporting group.

Before joining Chevron, Ourada held positions at Atlantic Richfield, Universal Studios, and Weyerhaeuser.

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