Antero Midstream named Nancy Chisholm a Class II director of the company's board of directors effective Dec. 5, according to a press statement on Dec. 6.
Through her appointment as an independent director, Delaware-based Antero's board has grown to nine directors, of whom seven are independent under the Securities and Exchange Commission's director independence standards.
"Nancy brings tremendous experience from large businesses and organizations, both domestically and internationally," chairman and CEO Paul Rady said in the release. "Nancy's expertise and independent directorship will provide significant value as we execute on our organic investment strategy and continue to deliver shareholder value."
With over 25 years of global business and operational leadership experience, Chisholm most recently served as president of Tyco Retail Solutions after joining Tyco International in 2002. There, she led the company's sales, marketing, product development, manufacturing and operations across five continents.
Prior to her role as president, Chisholm served as vice president of human resources at Tyco's ADT Security Solutions' global business unit, where she focused on bettering employee engagement and talent management through cultural transformation and reward alignment.
In addition to her appointment at Antero, Chisholm currently serves as History Colorado's board director and the chair and interim president for Western Colorado University, as well as on the Global Leadership Council at Colorado State University.
Chisholm received her bachelor's degree in business administration at Western Colorado University. Additionally, she completed the Executive Leadership Program at Duke University's Fuqua School of Management.
"I'm incredibly honored to join the Board of Antero Midstream," Chisholm said. "I look forward to working closely with management and the board to enhance Antero Midstream's position as the leading midstream infrastructure company in Appalachia and execute our long-term value creation strategy."
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