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Professional Background: Bill Madison retired from Marathon Oil Company in December, 2000 after a 35 year career with Marathon in primarily the oil and gas production business with additional assignments in the refining and marketing organization and in corporate services. In his last position Bill was Senior Vice President of World Wide Production and was responsible for all of Marathon's production operations and project development. He was a member of Marathon's Executive Committee and Board of Directors. Bill graduated from Montana Tech( formerly named Montana School of Mines) in 1965 with a B.S in Petroleum Engineering and attended Harvard's Program for Management Development. Bill, his wife Cheryl and children have lived in Texas since 1993, this for the third time, and prior to that lived in New Mexico, Alaska, Louisiana, Ohio, Aberdeen, Scotland and London, England. Since retiring Bill has been involved with the Montana Tech Foundation, a 501,3C organization, and has recently completed a six-year term on the board including two years as chairman. He also does some energy consulting and is on the board of an independent oil company in Calgary, Alberta.
ESCH Experience: Bill Joined ESCH at the end of 2004 and has been involved in 2 projects. The first was a joint project with the University of Houston computing department and the George Ranch Foundation, Fort bend County, and was designed to help the George Ranch staff build an interactive web site providing the public with access to the many functions and opportunities associated with the museum, ranch, docents society and gift shop. Bill is now involved with a business planning project with Interface- Samaritan Counseling Centers, Inc. ISCC provides mental health counseling, assessment, and educational programs in an environment that is supportive and respectful of all faiths, all people and their values.
Bill enjoys helping people solve organizational, business and strategic planning problems and hopes that with his background he can help people with these issues.