Alcoa corporation appointed Mr John Slaven as Chief Strategy Officer

Tuesday, Feb 12, 2019

   Alcoa Corporation announced that Mr John Slaven will join the Company as Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer, effective February 4.Mr Slaven, 57, will be a member of Alcoa’s executive team and an officer of the Company, reporting to President and Chief Executive Officer Roy Harvey.Slaven will be responsible for supporting Alcoa’s overall strategy and will oversee the corporate and business development functions, global supply chain, and energy development.

  Mr Harvey said that “John has extensive experience in the metals and mining business, including global experience in several commodities and industry sectors across the full aluminum value chain.His experience spans from early stage exploration through project development and operations, to sales and marketing and end users, which will be an important asset to our Company as we continue to pursue our strategic priorities and multiyear capital allocation framework.”
  Before joining Alcoa, Mr Slaven served for 13 years as Partner and Managing Director at The Boston Consulting Group.He most recently led BCG’s practices for North American Metals and Mining and Infrastructure and Public Transport.Prior to BCG, Slaven worked for nine years at BHP Billiton, where he held senior strategy and business development roles in both Perth and Singapore in the Iron Ore, Minerals Exploration, and Aluminum, Manganese and Nickel business units.

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