Chesapeake Energy Corporation (NYSE: CHK) today announced the appointment of Leslie S. Keating to the Board of Directors, effective as of September 11, 2017. Keating will serve as a member of the Audit Committee and the Compensation Committee and will stand for re-election at the 2018 annual meeting of shareholders.
Chesapeake Chairman R. Brad Martin commented, "We are very pleased to welcome Leslie to the Board of Directors. She has a proven track record of enhancing performance for multibillion-dollar corporations through innovative P&L leadership in the areas of operations and supply chain functions. In addition to her extensive experience, her commitment to safety and environmental compliance aligns directly with Chesapeake`s culture and values.
Keating currently serves as Executive Vice President Supply Chain Strategy and Transformation for Advance Auto Parts (NYSE: AAP), where she is leading the development, execution and re-architecture of the business model to deliver transformative P&L value. Keating joined Advance Auto Parts in March of 2017 following a 31-year career with PepsiCo. While at PepsiCo, Keating most recently served as Senior Vice President Supply Chain, where she was responsible for all aspects of Frito Lay`s North American supply chain including manufacturing, warehousing and transportation. She previously oversaw PepsiCo`s innovation, commercialization and services agenda as the Senior Vice President Commercialization and Supply Chain. Keating serves on the Board of Directors of River Logic, a privately held technology firm. She graduated from Virginia Tech with a bachelor`s degree in mechanical engineering and holds an Executive MBA from Georgia State University.
Keating commented, "I am thrilled to join a company with such great opportunities in front of it, and I am looking forward to working with the Board and management team to help Chesapeake reach its full potential."
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