Donna Dabney to Retire as Corporate Secretary; Brenda Hart Promoted to Assistant General Counsel; Esra Ozer Promoted to Assistant Corporate Secretary
Brenda Hart is promoted to Assistant General Counsel in the Legal Department.
In addition to her
current role as leader of the Securities and Finance legal function and Assistant Corporate Secretary, Hart
will assume the additional responsibility of Corporate Governance Counsel.
In this role, she will provide counsel on corporate governance and proxy materials and work on governance issues relating to the Board of Directors and its committees.
Hart joined Alcoa in 2000 as Counsel and Assistant Corporate Secretary.
Brenda Hart leads the Securities Law Practice Area in the Legal Department and has responsibility for providing advice and legal counsel on corporate finance transactions as well as securities law matters, and SEC regulatory filings.
Hart joined Alcoa in 2000 as Counsel and Assistant Corporate Secretary, and was named Senior Counsel in 2004.
Prior to joining Alcoa, she worked for Reynolds Metals Company for 18 years, where she held a series of positions in the Reynolds Legal Department, including Chief Securities and Finance Counsel and Assistant Secretary of Reynolds.
Hart obtained her law degree in 1982 from the Marshall-Wythe School of Law, College of William & Mary, in Williamsburg, Virginia.
While in law school, she was Notes Editor for the William & Mary Law Review.