Biography - Beverly Mentzer
Beverly Mentzer retired from ExxonMobil after working 33 years in both domestic and international engineering and managerial positions. She graduated with a BS degree in Chemical Engineering from Louisiana State University. During that time she was a member of the local Silver Wings chapter and served as the National President of Silver Wings. She has been on the Board of Trustees for Arnold Air Society and Silver Wings and a Lifetime Member of the Air Force Association for ~30 years.
Beverly joined Exxon Production Research Company in 1979 and worked in process engineering and global technical support before taking an assignment in 1985 in Exxon USA’s Production Department. Through multiple positions, she managed field operations, projects, production facilities engineering and subsurface technical support for the Gulf of Mexico and southeast US fields. Beverly became the Business Development Manager for Exxon Pipeline Company in 1994, Alaska Gas Commercialization Manager in 1996, and United Kingdom Joint Interest Manager in 2000. While living in London, England, she had responsibility for all technical, operational, commercial, financial and external relations aspects of ExxonMobil’s UK non-operated production assets. After returning to the US in 2005, she held the positions of Gas & Facilities Technology Manager for ExxonMobil Upstream Research, Vice President of ExxonMobil Research Qatar and Engineering Vice President of ExxonMobil Production Company.
Beverly is married to Ray, who is a Professor at Texas A&M. Their son, Nate, is a mechanical engineer and their daughter, Rebecca, is majoring in economics.
(Current as of Mar 2017)