KPMG International Appoints Regina Mayor Global Sector Head of Energy, Natural Resources Practice

Mayor, who is based in the Houston, Texas office, joined KPMG in the U.S. in 2006.


Regina Mayor

KPMG International (No. 16 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list) is pleased to announce Regina Mayor as the new Global Sector Head of the Energy and Natural Resources (ENR) practice.

Mayor, who is based in the Houston, Texas office, joined KPMG in the US in 2006 and has more than 25 years' experience in delivering large scale business and technology changes to major oil companies around the world. Mayor has played a significant role in the growth of KPMG's ENR practice and has been part of the ENR Leadership Team for a number of years as the U.S. National Sector Leader for ENR and Chemicals and the Americas Oil and Gas Leader. Mayor will continue to hold the US National Sector role.

"Through Regina's numerous leadership roles at KPMG and extensive industry experience she possesses significant depth and expertise that will support building on the practice's successes and provide continued superior client service," Nick Chism, KPMG's Deputy Global Head of Sales and Markets said.

Mayor earned a bachelor's degree in Communications and Government from Cornell University and a master's degree in Public Policy from Harvard University. She has served as an adjunct professor at Rice University teaching a class on Energy Strategy for executive MBA students. Mayor was also commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Army Reserve and co-leads KPMG's (U.S.) national Veterans Network.

In addition to hosting KPMG's annual Global Energy Conference, Mayor is a sought after speaker and has presented at industry forums such as the World Energy Conference, Platts, APPEA, and the Argus Americas Crude Conference.

"It has never been a more exciting time to work in the ENR sector with all the disruptive forces affecting the industry," said Mayor. "I am looking forward to continuing to work closely with my colleagues globally to share ideas and further build on the strength of our capabilities that address the issues and emerging challenges our clients are facing."

Mayor succeeds Michiel Soeting who will be rotating off from the role after eight years to continue client leadership roles with KPMG in the UK.

Mayor shares regular thoughts and comments on social media and you can connect with her via LinkedIn or follow her on Twitter@Regina_Mayor.

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