Chantal Veevaete Headshot
Board Member, Continental Building Products, Inc.
Board of Alumni and Friends

As a retired Fortune 10 executive with more than 30 years’ experience in human resource roles, Chantal Veevaete serves on corporate and non-profit boards and has been recognized as a Governance Fellow by the National Association of Corporate Directors. 

She was most recently the senior vice president of human resources and on the executive committee at Phillips 66 until her retirement in January 2015.  She has spent much of her career in the petrochemical and oil and gas industries. 

Before being named to her role at Phillips 66, Veevaete had served as vice president, Human Resources for Chevron Phillips Chemical Company since April 2009. Prior to her work at Chevron Phillips Chemical, Veevaete was vice president, Human Resources for the Accredo division of Medco Health Solutions (Express Scripts, Inc).

Veevaete began her career at a private legal practice in Belgium in 1980. In 1981, she joined Phillips Petroleum in Belgium, where she held various roles in employee relations, administration, government relations and public affairs. From 1983 to 1987, she worked for Applied Automation, a Phillips Petroleum USA subsidiary, where she held positions in manufacturing, research and development, sales, marketing, management services and public relations. Her last assignment during her tenure with Phillips Petroleum was in corporate human resources, OD and global diversity before leaving in 1998.

She currently serves on the Continental Building Products, Inc. Board of Directors as an independent director, on the Collins College of Business Executive Advisory Board at the University of Tulsa, and as an Executive Board member of Communities In Schools.  During her Phillips 66 executive years, she was the executive partner for the University of Colorado Boulder and now serves on the Leeds School of Business Dean’s Advisory Board.

Veevaete attended ISTI in Brussels, Belgium and earned an MBA from The University of Tulsa, where she was named the 2016 Outstanding Alumna by Collins College of Business.