With new refinery manager, four women now leading ExxonMobil Louisiana operations
The ExxonMobil Baton Rouge refinery will have its first-ever female manager at the start of the new year when Gloria Moncada takes on the role, which will add yet another woman to the top ranks of ExxonMobil’s Louisiana facilities.
Moncada—who returns to the Baton Rouge refinery where she began her career in 1992 as an engineer—will replace Mark Northcutt, who ran the facility for five years. The Baton Rouge refinery is the fourth largest in the nation with more than 3,700 employees and contractors.
“Out of our five major ExxonMobil Baton Rouge facilities and the ExxonMobil Pipeline Company’s southeast operations, we now have four women in top leadership roles: new Refinery Manager Gloria Moncada, Polyolefins Plant Manager Angela Zeringue, Plastics Plant Manager Jennifer Dunphy and ExxonMobil Pipeline Company Southeast Area Manager Shonta Greenwood,” says spokesperson Stephanie Cargile…