Chevron Elects McDonald to Executive Board of CTO Forum
Chevron Corporation announced that John McDonald, vice president and chief technology officer, has been appointed to the executive board of the CTO Forum.
The CTO Forum brings together senior technology executives within the U.S. to discuss and collaborate on key technology issues facing industry and to advance technology development within organizations. John McDonald will initially serve for two years on the CTO Forum's executive board.
"We are very pleased to have John McDonald join the CTO Forum and serve on our executive board," said Basheer Janjua, founder and chairman of the CTO Forum and CEO of Integnology Corporation. "The insights John brings as a result of his practical understanding of technology application and deep business knowledge will be extremely valuable to the CTO Forum board."
"Partnerships and collaborative networks such as this can help drive the innovation and creativity required to find solutions to the challenges we all face in the business community," said John McDonald. "I look forward to working with technology leaders from all fields of business and to playing a full part as a board member in support of the CTO Forum's goals."
As chief technology officer, McDonald serves as corporate officer for Chevron's three technology companies: Chevron Energy Technology Company, Chevron Information Technology Company and Chevron Technology Ventures LLC.
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