The drive to deliver affordable, reliable and ever-cleaner energy is fueled by our ability to fully harness the potential of digital technologies. And the challenges go far beyond the tech. This seminar explores the technological and cultural site of digital transformation in the energy sector, from challenging conventional thinking to innovating at scale to cultivating continuous learning absent of organizational lines.
Alysia N. Green is the General Manager of Information Technology Engineering, a position she has held since October of 2020. She is responsible for leading , developing and inspiring IT resources across Chevron.
Previously Green was General Manager of Information Technology for Upstream. During her tenure with Chevron, Alysia has worked in the Downstream business in a variety of IT and business roles, in the central IT company in leadership positions, in the Midstream business as the IT Strategy manager, in the Upstream business as Information Technology and Business Development & Planning Manager, in Upstream Asia South Business unit as General Manager Information Technology and General Manager of Information Technology for Midstream, Development and Global Corporate Functions.
Alysia was a part of the initial leadership team of Chevron’s Black Employee Network and currently serves as advisory board member for Chevron’s XYZ and women’s network. She serves as the Chevron Management sponsor for IT recruiting for SWE, HENAAC, SHPE and NSBE. She also sits on the advisory board of the Lawrence Hall of Science
Green joined Chevron in 1991 as a programmer analyst. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Mathematical and Computational Sciences from Stanford University, California that same year.
Free and open to all.