Chevron Appoints Alana Knowles to Succeed David Inchausti as Controller

David Inchausti will resign from the vice president and controller position effective Feb. 28, 2023. He is expected to retire from the company in April 2023 after 35 years of service.

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Chevron Appoints Alana Knowles to Succeed David Inchausti as Controller

In her new role, effective March 1, 2023, Alana K. Knowles will report to Chevron CFO Pierre Breber and lead Chevron’s accounting policy and external reporting, financial reporting and analysis, internal controls and digital finance organizations. (Source: Sundry Photography / Shutterstock.com)

Chevron Corp. named Alana K. Knowles as vice president and controller, succeeding David A. Inchausti, who is expected to retire from the company after 35 years of service.

Currently vice president of finance, downstream and chemicals and midstream, Knowles began her career with Chevron in 1988, supporting North America upstream in an accounting and finance capacity. She advanced to positions of increasing responsibility including manager of the money markets group in corporate treasury, finance manager at the Richmond refinery, manager of investor relations, vice-president of finance at Chevron Gas and Midstream, comptroller for global downstream and chemicals and assistant treasurer of OpCo financing.

“Alana’s breadth of experience, strong leadership skills, and track record of delivering results have prepared her well for this important senior management position,” Chevron Chairman and CEO Michael Wirth commented in an Aug. 1 release.

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