Johanna Nesseth Tuttle leads enterprise issues management at Chevron. Her previous roles at Chevron included serving as Executive Director of the Niger Delta Partnership Initiative, Chevron’s U.S.-based foundation supporting economic development and peacebuilding in the Niger Delta; and leading Chevron’s policy engagement on global development and corporate social responsibility, including economic development, the role of energy in development, financial transparency and the Sustainable Development Goals.
Prior to Chevron, she served as Senior Vice President for Strategic Planning & Development at the Center for Strategic & International Studies, a nonpartisan, nonprofit policy organization in Washington, DC. She served as a member of the senior management team, with responsibility for financial, programmatic and strategic decisions. She established a major new area of CSIS’s research agenda, focused on global development, and founded CSIS’s work on global food security. Prior to CSIS, she worked in a number of nonprofit organizations including the League of Women Voters, Hmong American Partnership and Minnesota 4-H.
She received a B.A. in English Literature from the University of Minnesota; an M.A. in International Affairs from The George Washington University; and a Certificate in Portuguese Language and Culture from the University of Lisbon.