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Marathon Oil Corporation promotes two senior executives

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Staff writer | Houston, Tx., USA | April 21, 2010
GGGApril 21, 2010, Houston, Tx., USA - Marathon Oil Corporation announces that Eileen M. Campbell has been elected vice president of Public Policy, and Robert L. Sovine vice president of Human Resources, effective June 1.
Ms. Campbell was appointed vice president of Human Resources in 2000. Her career spans more than 20 years, focusing on management, human resources and government affairs.

She joined Marathon in 1991 as manager of Government Affairs, serving as the Company's lobbyist in Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and New Mexico.

In July 1998, Ms. Campbell was appointed director of State Governmental Affairs for USX Corporation, the former parent company for Marathon.

Prior to joining Marathon, Campbell was employed by United Gas Pipe Line Company as a lobbyist.

Prior to that, Ms. Campbell worked for eight years in a number of positions of increasing responsibility with the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM).

Ms. Campbell holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Maryland.

Mr. Sovine was appointed manager of Human Resources in 2003 and, in addition to his responsibilities for all human resources activities for Marathon's Upstream organization, he also has been responsible for the Company's international human resource policies and practices.

Mr. Sovine joined Marathon in 1980 as a Human Resources representative in Findlay, Ohio, and subsequently held a number of Human Resource positions of increasing responsibility in the Findlay office and at the Company's refineries in Robinson, Ill.; Texas City, Texas; and Catlettsburg, Ky.

Mr. Sovine transferred to Houston in 2001 as manager of Human Resources - Compensation and Organizational Development, and held that position until being appointed to his current role in 2003.

Mr. Sovine earned a bachelor's degree in Political Science from West Virginia University, and a master's degree in Industrial and Labor Relations from that same institution.

Mr. Sovine currently serves as an adjunct professor of Human Resources in the MBA program at Houston Baptist University, and as a volunteer mediator for the Harris County, Tx., Dispute Resolution Center.


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