Natural gas infrastructure supplier Williams has appointed Mary Hausman as vice president, chief accounting officer and controller.
Effective Jan. 1, 2022, Hausman will replace John Porter, who will take over as chief financial officer from the retiring John Chandler.
Hausman will be responsible for all accounting, reporting, and commodity risk control functions. She currently serves as staff vice president, internal audit.
Over the course of her 28-year career, Hausman has held roles of increasing responsibility in auditing, internal controls, financial planning, and analysis and reporting. She joined Williams in 2019 as director of special projects and was promoted to her current role later that same year.
Prior to joining Williams, Hausman spent 17 years at Berkshire Hathaway Energy, serving in various roles of increasing responsibility, including vice president and chief accounting officer for subsidiary NV Energy from 2013-19. From 2007-13, she was controller at subsidiary Kern River Gas Transmission Company, responsible for financial planning and analysis, financial reporting, and filings with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Earlier, she spent six years in public accounting at Deloitte.