Chevron Elects Enrique Hernandez Jr. to Board of Directors

Enrique Hernandez Jr. has been elected to Chevron's board of directors and will serve on the company's Audit Committee.

Separately, Gen. James L. Jones (retired, United States Marine Corps) has resigned from the board effective Dec. 5. Jones was recently named President-elect Barack Obama's national security adviser-designate. He joined Chevron's board earlier this year and served on the Board Nominating and Governance and Public Policy Committees.

Hernandez, 53, is currently president and chief executive officer of Inter-Con Security Systems, Inc., a commercial, industrial and governmental security services company. Hernandez has been Inter-Con Security Systems' president and chief executive officer since 1986. Hernandez joined Inter-Con Security Systems in 1984 as vice president and assistant general counsel and was named executive vice president in 1985.
Before joining Inter-Con, Hernandez was a litigation attorney with Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison. He is also a co-founder and principal partner of Interspan Communications, a television broadcasting company serving Spanish language audiences.

Currently, Hernandez serves on the board of directors of McDonald's Corporation, Nordstrom, Inc. and Wells Fargo & Company. He also serves as a trustee of the University of Notre Dame, a member of the Harvard College Visiting Committee and the Harvard University Resources Committee. He is also a member of the board of trustees of Children's Hospital of Los Angeles.

In 1977, Hernandez earned a bachelor's degree in government and economics from Harvard College. He received a juris doctorate from Harvard Law School in 1980.