Fluor’s Board of Directors gets new member

Fluor Corporation elected Deborah Doyle McWhinney to its Board of Directors. McWhinney recently retired from Citigroup (Citi) as the CEO of their global enterprise payments business and co-chair of their Citi Women initiative.
“I am very pleased that Debby has joined the Fluor board”, said David T. Seaton, Fluor’s chairman and CEO. “The perspectives we will gain from her experience in banking, finance and government will be invaluable as we expand our market presence, improve competitiveness and create profitable growth.”

McWhinney began working at Citigroup in May 2009. Prior to joining Citi, McWhinney was president of Schwab Institutional, a division of Charles Schwab, where she was on the executive committee, as well as on the board of the Charles Schwab Bank, where she led the global risk committee. McWhinney also previously held executive roles at Visa International and Engage Media (a division of CMGI). McWhinney was appointed by former President George W. Bush to the board of directors of the Securities Investor Protection Corporation in 2002. She also served as director on several other boards during her career. Currently, McWhinney serves as a trustee both for the California Institute of Technology and for the Institute for Defense Analysis.

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