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  • Charles W. Moorman

    Charles W. Moorman IV

    Retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Norfolk Southern Corporation

    Age 63

    Director since 2012

    Board Committees: Audit (Chair) – audit committee financial expert

    Other Public Company Boards: Norfolk Southern Corporation

    Mr. Moorman has been Special Advisor to the Chief Executive Officer of Norfolk Southern Corporation, a freight transportation company since 2015.

    Prior Positions Held: Mr. Moorman served as Chairman of the Board at Norfolk Southern from 2006 until 2015 and as Chief Executive Officer from 2005 until 2015. Mr. Moorman served as president from 2004 until 2013, Senior Vice President of Corporate Planning and Services from 2003 until 2004 and Senior Vice President of Corporate Services in 2003. From 1999 until 2004, he was President of Thoroughbred Technology and Telecommunications, Inc., a subsidiary of Norfolk Southern.

    Other Boards and Memberships: American Society of Corporate Executives; Chesapeake Bay Foundation; Hampton Roads Community Foundation; Nature Conservancy of Virginia; University of Virginia Medical Center Operating Board; Virginia Business Council (Chair).

    Specific qualifications and experience relevant to Chevron:
    Mr. Moorman has extensive board and senior executive-level experience in business, finance, logistics services, technology, strategy, safety, and environmental issues as a result of his 38-year career in the freight railroad and transportation industries. In addition, he serves as Executive Chairman of a Fortune 500 public company, providing him insight into and experience with the operations, challenges, and complex issues facing large corporations. As Executive Chairman and retired Chief Executive Officer of Norfolk Southern, Mr. Moorman also brings firsthand knowledge of the business climate in key regions of the United States where Chevron operates. Mr. Moorman is also active in a number of associations and organizations focusing on business, public policy and governance.

    Updated: October 2015