Houston IIA January 2019 Luncheon
Janet Clark
Former CFO and current Audit Committee Chair
EOG and Texas Instruments

Janet was the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Marathon Oil Corporation until her retirement in 2013. She worked previously as the Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President of Nuevo Energy Company, and Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of Corporate Development and Administration at Santa Fe Snyder Corporation. She began her career as an investment banker at The First Boston Corporation which was subsequently acquired by Credit Suisse. She chairs the Audit Committee on the Board of Directors of EOG Resources, and serves on the Board of Texas Instruments.

Janet is the President of the Houston Symphony Board of Trustees. In addition to her Houston Symphony service, Ms. Clark holds positions on the boards of several nonprofits, including Teach for America-Houston, the Houston Public Media Foundation, the National Public Radio Foundation and the Board of Trustees of YES Prep. At Rice University, she serves on the Council of Overseers for the Jones Graduate School of Business and the Governing Council of the Shepherd School of Music.

Janet holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Harvard University and an MBA in Finance from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business. She received the inaugural Chris Barbic Legacy Award from YES Prep Public Schools in 2018.

Nancy Jordan
Vice President, Internal Audit
NCI Group

Nancy has over 25 years of experience in internal audit, compliance and risk management across various industries including oil & gas, energy services, engineering and construction, and manufacturing. Her career has taken her from the utilities industry to Price Waterhouse Coopers (‘PwC’) and then back to roles at public companies including BHP and NCI Building Systems. Prior to her current role, she was responsible for worldwide internal audit activities for BHP Petroleum and auditing the global anti-corruption, business conduct and trade sanctions processes. At PwC, Nancy led internal audit co-sourcing and outsourcing engagements; assisted companies with Sarbanes-Oxley compliance; managed large, complex projects; co-authored the annual PwC Internal Audit State of the Profession for 2009 and 2010 and helped develop the approach for the initial PwC Sarbanes Oxley Management Guide in 2002. Nancy received her dual B.S. Degrees from Centenary College and a Graduate Certificate of Leadership from Rice University. She is an avid golfer and is married to her husband Bill and is the proud owner of a Basset Hound named Lois Lane.

Lynne Renshaw
Global Functions & Compliance Director – Internal Audit

Lynne Renshaw joined HP’s Internal Audit function in April 2018 as the Global Functions and Compliance Director. She has over 25 years of internal and external audit experience. She began her career with four years at Deloitte in New Orleans, had a few years in internal audit at Owen Healthcare (until purchased by Cardinal Health), and spent 13 years in internal audit at Continental and then United Airlines after the merger. At the airlines, she managed the IT audit group, implemented and managed SOX, and managed global field audits. After a brief time at BP performing Six Sigma type continuous improvement projects, she joined Bristow Group in 2013 for five years as the CAE.

Lynne is a current Board member (since September 2013) and previously served as Chapter President (2005-2006), VP of Communications, VP of Seminars, and VP of Administration. Since 2016 she has chaired or co-chaired the Programs Committee for the Houston IIA Annual Conference. Lynne is also past Chairman of the International Association of Airline Internal Auditors (2010) and was a board member of the Continental and United Management Association for many years. She has an Accounting degree from Texas Christian University and is a CPA and CIA.

Lucie Wuescher
Managing Director, Internal Audit, Risk and Compliance Services

Lucie is a Managing Director in KPMG LLP’s Internal Audit, Risk and Compliance Services practice in the Houston office with over 21 years in public accounting, managing large scale internal audit and compliance related teams and professionals serving global Fortune 500 organizations in the energy, midstream, and utilities industries. Lucie combines experience in internal audit, information technology, project management, client management, enterprise risk management, internal audit process improvement, business processes and controls, and consulting. Lucie’s current and past clients include some of the leading companies in the Energy, Manufacturing and Distribution industries.

In addition to Lucie’s professional responsibilities, she is an active member of the United Way Women’s Initiative and is the Co-Chair of KPMG’s Network of Women in Houston. She volunteers for KPMG’s Family for Literacy and is a board member for the Parent Teacher Association at Holy Spirit Episcopal School.
Lucie has a Bachelor’s of Arts in Accounting from Westminster College in New Wilmington, PA and has been a member of the Houston Chapter of the IIA for many years.

Chrysti Ziegler
Chief Internal Auditor
Genesis Energy

Chrysti is a seasoned internal auditor with 21 years of experience, including public and industry positions, and is currently the chief audit executive at a midstream oil & gas company in Houston, Tx. She is a graduate of Texas A&M University in College Station with a BBA in Accounting. She also obtained her MBA from Texas A&M University in Corpus Christi. After completing post-graduate studies in 2000, Chrysti moved to Houston to work for the public accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) until 2008 when she moved into industry at NiSource, Inc. In 2012, she began her current role at Genesis Energy LP as their Chief Internal Auditor.

Chrysti holds the Certificate of Internal Auditing (CIA), Certificate of Fraud Examination (CFE), and Certification of Risk Management Assurance (CRMA) designations. She is a long-time member of the Houston Chapter of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and serves on the Annual Conference Committee as the Program Co-Chair. She has also been a member of the Houston Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) for 15 years and has served on the Houston Chapter board in escalating roles for the past 6 years. She currently serves as the President of the Houston ACFE.