Enrique Hernandez, Jr.

Executive Chairman, Inter-Con Security Systems, Inc.

Age 66

Director since December 2008

Independent: Yes

Chevron Committees: Management Compensation; Public Policy and Sustainability (Chair)

Current Public Company Directorships: McDonald's Corporation; The Macerich Company

Mr. Hernandez has been Executive Chairman of Inter-Con Security Systems, Inc. (“Inter-Con”), a global provider of security and facility support services to governments, utilities, and industrial customers, since 2021. He previously served as Inter-Con’s Chairman and CEO from 1986 until 2021 and President from 1986 until 2018. He was previously Executive Vice President and Assistant General Counsel from 1984 until 1986. Mr. Hernandez was an associate of the law firm of Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison from 1980 until 1984.

Prior Directorships: Wells Fargo & Company

Other Directorships and Memberships: Catalyst; Harvard College Visiting Committee; Harvard University Resources Committee; John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation; Ronald McDonald House Charities

Skills and qualifications

Business Leadership/Operations: More than three decades as Chairman and CEO of Inter-Con. Co-founder of Interspan Communications, a television broadcasting company. Director of The Macerich Company and Chairman of the Board of McDonald’s Corporation.

Finance: More than three decades of financial responsibility and experience at Inter-Con. Chaired the Audit Committee at McDonald’s Corporation. Former Chair of the Finance Committee and the Risk Committee at Wells Fargo & Company. Former Audit Committee member at Great Western Financial Corporation, Nordstrom, Inc., Washington Mutual, Inc., and Wells Fargo & Company.

Global Business/International Affairs: Former CEO of a company that conducts business worldwide. Current and former director of companies with international operations.

Government/Regulatory/Public Policy: Trustee of the John Randolph Haynes Foundation, which has funded hundreds of important urban studies in education, transportation, local government elections, public safety, and other public issues. Former appointee and Commissioner and President of the Los Angeles Police Commission. Served on the U.S. National Infrastructure Advisory Committee.

Leading Business Transformation: Extensive leadership experience transitioning in both media and security industries, having been a founder of Inter-Span Communications, a pioneer in Spanish language broadcast television in the U.S., and at Inter-Con where he evolved traditional physical security practices into a multinational industry leader, creating and utilizing proprietary technology platforms and techniques.

Legal: Served as Executive Vice President and Assistant General Counsel of Inter-Con. Former litigation associate of the law firm of Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison. Law degree from Harvard Law School.

Updated: June 2022