Janet Carrig was Resigned as Senior Vice President of Legal, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary at ConocoPhillips

Date of management change: February 16, 2018 

What Happened?

Houston, -based ConocoPhillips Resigned Janet Carrig as Senior Vice President of Legal, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary

 

About the Company

We are a global oil and gas company tasked with an important job—to safely find and deliver energy for the world. We’re experts in what we do—from the well site to the office. Across our operations and activities in 21 countries, we never forget our responsibility to be a great neighbor, and a great place to work. Guided by our SPIRIT Values—Safety, People, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation and Teamwork—we deliver strong performance, keeping our promises to our stakeholders, communities and each other. We solve problems and develop new approaches together, as a team of people—not job titles.

 

About the Person

As an independent company active in nearly 30 countries, ConocoPhillips operates in an increasingly complex world characterized by rising legal, regulatory and public scrutiny. Janet Carrig and her team provide oversight on legal matters, corporate governance and compliance related issues; counsel the company on reducing risk; serve as advocates, and advise on corporate strategy and business plans.   Carrig has more than 30 years of experience at private law firms and corporations.   She joined ConocoPhillips in 2006 as deputy general counsel and corporate secretary. Previously, she was a partner at Zelle, Hoffman, Voelbel, Mason and Gette and an adjunct professor at Northwestern University School of Law. She also previously served as Kmart Corporation's senior vice president, chief administrative officer and chief compliance officer; as Kellogg Company's executive vice president of corporate development and administration, general counsel and secretary; and as Sara Lee Corporation's senior vice president, secretary and general counsel.   Carrig began her career as a law clerk for a judge in the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. She was later an associate with Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz and a partner at Sidley & Austin.   She serves as a trustee for Columbia Threadneedle Mutual Funds and as a director of the Houston Grand Opera and the Houston Grand Opera Endowment Board, where she is the Chair Emeritus. She also serves on the boards of directors for the National Association of Corporate Directors Texas TriCities Chapter and the International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution. Previously, she has served on the boards of United Airlines, Grinnell College, Joffrey Ballet, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Yellowstone Park Foundation and on the New York Stock Exchange's Legal Advisory Committee.   Carrig received a bachelor's degree in history, with honors, from Grinnell College in 1979, and a juris doctorate from Yale University in 1983.

 

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