Chevron Press Release - Condoleezza Rice, Newly Named National Security Adviser, Resigns From Chevron
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 16, 2001 -- Condoleezza Rice, a Chevron Corp. director since 1991, resigned from the company's board, effective Jan. 15. Rice was named President-elect George W. Bush's national security adviser-designate.
"Condi is extraordinarily capable," said Chairman Dave O'Reilly. "Her leadership skills and breadth of experience in government, academia and business have been a tremendous asset to Chevron and will serve her well in the new administration."
For the past two years Rice chaired the board's Public Policy Committee.
Updated: January 2001