Tandra (Jackson) Perkins is Senior Vice President and Chief Digital and Administrative Officer for Phillips 66, a diversified energy company. She has nearly 30 years of professional experience across multiple industries, including energy and chemicals, industrial manufacturing and health care.
Before assuming her current role in October 2022, Perkins was Vice Chair of Growth and Strategy for KPMG in the U.S., an audit, tax and advisory professional services firm. She held several leadership roles within KPMG during her 21-year tenure, including Managing Partner for its Houston Major Market.
Perkins is a member of the Board of Directors for the United Way of Greater Houston and has served on numerous nonprofit boards, including Louisiana State University’s Dean Advisory Council, Women Corporate Directors, Greater Houston Partnership, CEOs Against Cancer, Houston Zoo, Ronald McDonald House of Houston, and Central Houston.
Among other honors, Perkins received the 2019 Impact Award from the National Black MBA Association and is a Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame Inductee for 2019.
Perkins earned a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Louisiana State University and an MBA in information systems from the University of Houston. She is a Certified Information Systems Auditor.