Peggy Faulk is the Technology Manager for Chevronâ€™s Latin America Business Unit (LABU) with assets located in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Trinidad & Tobago, and Venezuela. Her role is to promote development and implementation of technology to help find and produce new oil and gas reserves and enhance recovery in existing fields. Peggy leads representatives from LABUâ€™s various profit centers in collaborating with internal and external partners to develop and manage technologies that are aligned with long-term business visions (10-20 years+ range). Aligned with the responsibilities for technology management, Peggy is responsible for ensuring that LABUâ€™s intellectual property is strategically managed and protected.Â
Peggy has worked at Chevron since 2005 in various roles including Supply Chain Management, Asset Management, and Major Capital Projects. She began her career as a project engineer with Northern Natural Gas, which subsequently became Enron, working her way to Director of Business Development and Gas Supply. Subsequent to Enron, Peggy held various positions with an independent power producer; in governmental as an elected official as well as the Grants Coordinator for Harris County; and as owner of 2 small, privately held corporations.Â
Peggy has a B.S. in Civil Engineering with focus on Structural Engineering from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and an MBA from Rice University. Peggy has served on the Bellaire City Council in Position 3 and as Mayor Pro Tem; Vice-President of the Harris County Mayors & Council Association; and as a volunteer with the Sam Houston Boy Scouts and the San Jacinto Girl Scouts. She is a graduate of the GSWHCC Leadership 20/20 Program. While at Rice, she initiated, organized, and became the first chairmen of the Rice Investment Club Extraordinaire.