Sempra makes management changes

US LNG exporter Sempra revealed updates to its officer team with a view toward strengthening the company’s existing management capabilities.

Sempra said that Justin Bird, chief executive officer of its LNG unit Sempra Infrastructure, will continue in his current role leading the business operations of Sempra Infrastructure.

In addition, Bird has been appointed executive vice president of Sempra where he will lead several corporate functions, including corporate development and financial planning.

Diana Day, who currently serves as deputy general counsel, has been appointed chief legal counsel of Sempra with responsibility for the company’s legal affairs and governance.

Moreover, Trevor Mihalik, who currently serves as the company’s executive vice president and chief financial officer, has been appointed executive vice president and group president of Sempra.

Karen Sedgwick, who currently serves as the company’s chief administrative officer and chief human resources officer, has been appointed executive vice president and chief financial officer of Sempra, while Kevin Sagara, executive vice president and group president of Sempra, will be retiring effective December 1, 2023.

The management updates are effective January 1, 2024.

“As we continue our mission to build North America’s leading energy infrastructure company, we understand the importance of continuing to invest in and build a strong and diverse leadership team that delivers quality results to our customers, communities and shareholders,” said Jeffrey Martin, chairman and chief executive officer of Sempra.

“This is an exciting time for our company, and I am confident that today’s announcement will better position us to execute our strategic priorities and record capital campaign,” he said.

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