Chart appoints new Director
Published by Callum O'Reilly,
The Board of Directors of Chart Industries Inc. has appointed Singleton McAllister as a new Director, effective 20 November 2019.
Ms McAllister will be a member of the Nominations and Governance Committee and the Compensation Committee, effective immediately.
Ms McAllister is an attorney with Husch Blackwell LLP and a member of its Technology, Manufacturing and Transportation section. A leader in government affairs regulatory law for over 30 years, she has held several senior positions at the national level including senior counsel to the US House of Representatives Committee on the Budget. Ms McAllister was appointed by then President Bill Clinton as the General Counsel to the US Agency for International Development where she was the chief legal advisor to 72 US missions around the world. She represents companies and trade associations throughout a wide range of industries in public and regulatory matters related to international trade, transportation, energy and healthcare.
Ms McAllister serves on the Board of Directors of public utility holding company Alliant Energy, and was voted on the proxy board of Securitas Critical Infrastructure Services Inc. She is also a board member of Anterix and serves as Vice Chair for the National Women’s History Museum. Singleton is a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) Compensation Committee Chair Advisory Council, and in 2019 she was listed among the NACD Directorship 100 Honorees in the NACD Directorship magazine. Singleton is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, recognized as the Top 100 in 2017 the National Black Lawyers and BE Registry of Corporate Directors.
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