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Rhonda I. Zygocki
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Rhonda I. Zygocki is executive vice president of policy and planning for Chevron Corporation, a position she has held since 2011. She is responsible for Strategic Planning; Policy, Government and Public Affairs; and Health, Environment and Safety.

Previously Zygocki served as vice president of Policy, Government and Public Affairs from 2007 to 2011 and was responsible for global government relations, all aspects of communications, corporate social investment and public policy, and the company's worldwide efforts to protect and enhance its reputation.

From 2003 to 2007, Zygocki was corporate vice president of Health, Environment and Safety (HES) and was responsible for HES policy and issues management, compliance and auditing, emergency response, and Chevron's Environmental Management Company. She played a key role in the design and implementation of the company's Operational Excellence Management System. Previous positions include: October 2001, managing director, Chevron Australia Pty Ltd.; 2000, adviser to the chairman of the board and subsequently responsible for oversight of the Chevron-Texaco merger integration planning office through mid-2001; 1999, manager, Strategic Planning; 1997, chief financial officer, Chevron Canada Resources; 1994, profit center manager, Chevron U.S.A. Production Company; 1993, general manager, strategic business services, Chevron Canada Resources.

Zygocki serves on the boards of directors of the United States Energy Association and GBCHealth; the board of trustees of the San Francisco Ballet; and the advisory board of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Canada Institute.

Zygocki was born in St, John's, Newfoundland, Canada, in 1957. She began her career as a petroleum engineer with Chevron Canada Resources in Calgary after graduating in 1980 from Memorial University of Newfoundland with a bachelor's degree in civil engineering.

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An AIDS-Free Generation

(1) Comments | Posted April 1, 2014 | 5:29 PM

This post is co-authored by Mark Viso, President and CEO, Pact and Rhonda Zygocki, Executive Vice President, Policy and Planning, Chevron Corporation

Unoma, a 26-year-old farm worker in Bayelsa state, Nigeria, recently had her third child. Her previous two children were born without prenatal care and her...

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Public-Private Partnerships Are Vital to Creating an AIDS-Free Generation

(0) Comments | Posted August 7, 2013 | 10:40 AM

By Ambassador Eric Goosby, U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator and Rhonda Zygocki, Executive Vice President, Policy & Planning, Chevron Corporation

In June, the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) celebrated its 10th anniversary. This historic milestone was highlighted by Secretary of State John Kerry announcing...

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Corporate America, Meet Corporate Africa: Effective Partnerships Create Profitable Opportunities

(2) Comments | Posted July 19, 2013 | 10:00 AM

Investment in Africa is on the rise as global companies are recognizing the vast opportunities that the continent has to offer.

According to a recent report published by the Center for Strategic and International Studies, in partnership with Chevron Corp., public capital accounted for 71 percent of financial flows to...

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Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV Can Be Eliminated

(1) Comments | Posted November 29, 2012 | 10:30 AM

This post was written by Rhonda Zygocki, executive vice president of policy and planning at Chevron Corporation, and Frank Beadle de Palomo, CEO of mothers2mothers International.

The global economic crisis has caused many to reassess, refocus and redirect financial priorities. As a result, vital international aid to combat global health...

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Fighting HIV/AIDS: All Hands on Deck

(0) Comments | Posted December 1, 2010 | 7:38 AM

Today, on the 22nd annual World AIDS Day, it is worth taking a moment to note the significant progress that has been made in the fight against HIV/AIDS -- and recommit ourselves to the enormous amount of work that remains to be done.

First the good news: AIDS no...

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