Melody Meyer

Melody Meyer Energy LLC, President

Women with Energy LLC, President

Melody Meyer serves as a non-executive director on the boards of bp p.l.c., AbbVie Inc., and NOV Inc.. She is an Independent Director of a start-up company Energy Internet Corporation. She chairs the Board of Trustees of Trinity University and on the National Bureau of Asian Research board. Ms. Meyer is President of Melody Meyer Energy LLC and Women with Energy LLC. Melody retired from Chevron after 37 years of distinguished service with extensive leadership in global upstream operations, strategic and business planning, major capital project execution, capital allocation, and in delivering financial results. Until 2016, she was President of Chevron Asia Pacific E&P. Previously, she was President of Chevron Energy Technology Company, and Vice President Gulf of Mexico and U.S. Mid-Continent. She held key international operations leadership assignments in Tengiz, Kazakhstan and Angola. Ms. Meyer graduated from Trinity University in 1979 with a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering Science and attended Dartmouth Tuck Executive Education program in 1997. Ms. Meyer was Executive Sponsor of the Chevron Women’s Network and continues to advocate for the advancement of women in energy. Ms. Meyer is a C200 member, a Trinity Distinguished Alumni, BioHouston Women in Science Excellence awardee, ASME Rhoades Petroleum Industry Leadership Awardee, a Hart Energy Influential Women in Energy, a Women Inc’s Most Influential Corporate Board Directors, and named Outstanding Director by 5050 Women on Boards and by Transition Economist TE100 as Women of the Energy Transition. She is on McKinsey Advancing Women Executives in Energy Advisory Board and co-leads Women Corporate Directors in Houston.

Sessions With Melody Meyer

Tuesday, 8 March

  • 11:30am - 12:10pm (CST) / 08/mar/2022 05:30 pm - 08/mar/2022 06:10 pm

    Accelerating Progress: Diversity, equity & inclusion in executive leadership

    Panel Diversity & Inclusion/Future of Workforce

    Last year, women made up 22% of the workforce in the US oil and gas industry, and nearly half of them worked in office and administrative support roles. While the number of corporate diversity & inclusion policies has increased 50% in the last five years, women and people of color report that they are repeatedly overlooked. A conversation with three leaders will ask: How diverse and inclusive is executive leadership in the energy industry? Are diverse teams better equipped to manage the challenges facing the industry, including the energy transition? Why? What actions would do most to advance diversity & inclusion in executive leadership?

Wednesday, 9 March

  • 01:30pm - 02:15pm (CST) / 09/mar/2022 07:30 pm - 09/mar/2022 08:15 pm

    Diversity Dashboard

    Presentation Diversity & Inclusion/Future of Workforce

    Session description coming soon.