ExxonMobil Appoints Jennifer Driscoll as Vice President of Investor Relations; Stephen Littleton retires
IRVING, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ExxonMobil today announced that Jennifer Driscoll has been named vice president of investor relations, effective Feb. 7, replacing Stephen Littleton, who has elected to retire after 30 years of service.
“We welcome Jennifer to ExxonMobil and will leverage her knowledge and experience to enhance our communication with shareholders,” said Kathryn Mikells, senior vice president and chief financial officer. “I would like to thank Stephen for his many contributions to the success of the company during his career and wish him an excellent retirement.
Driscoll joins ExxonMobil from Caterpillar, Inc., where she served as director of investor relations since 2019. Previously, Driscoll held senior investor relations positions at DuPont de Nemours, Inc., Campbell Soup Company and Best Buy Co., Inc.
Driscoll began his career at Dain Rauscher, which was later acquired by RBC Capital Markets. She holds an MBA from the University of St. Thomas in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Littleton, who has served as vice president of investor relations since 2020, joined Exxon Company USA in 1992 as a financial analyst at the Baytown refinery. After assignments of increasing responsibility in the United States, Angola and Hungary, Littleton was appointed Assistant Company Controller in 2015 and became Vice President of Business Services, Fuels & Lubricants Company in 2018.
Littleton graduated from the University of Missouri-St. Louis holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin.
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