USCIB Welcomes New Leadership in Board of Trustees, Board of Directors

Following recent membership elections, USCIB is pleased to welcome new members to the Board of Trustees and Board of Directors for the 2021-2023 term:

New Trustees include Palo Alto Networks CEO and Chairman Nikesh Arora; U.S. Chamber of Commerce CEO Suzanne P. Clark; Ernst & Young Global Chairman and CEO Carmine DiSibio; Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi; BP America Chairman and President David Lawler; Sullivan & Cromwell Vice Chair Scott Miller; The Chemours Company COO Mark Newman; PayPal President and CEO Daniel Schulman; and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) President and CEO Johnny Taylor.

New Directors include SHRM Chief of Staff, Head of Government Affairs and Corporate Secretary Emily Dickens; Microsoft Vice President for UN Affairs John Frank; Chevron Vice President and General Manager for Government Affairs Karen Knutson; Exxon Mobil Vice President for International Government Relations Leyla Levitsky; Proskauer Rose Partner and Chair of USCIB’s Arbitration Committee Peter Sherwin; and Johnson & Johnson VP for Global Taxation and USCIB Tax Committee Vice Chair Louise Weingrod.

USCIB President and CEO Peter Robinson also expressed his appreciation to the nominating committee, which was chaired by Novozymes A/S President and CEO and USCIB Trustee Sustainability Champion Ester Baiget; with members Deloitte Global Deputy CEO and Chief People & Purpose Officer and USCIB Vice Chair Michele Parmelee; and KPMG LLP U.S. Chair and CEO and USCIB Trustee Paul Knopp.

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