Rebecca Caldwell is a research geoscientist in the Chevron Technical Center, Chevron Corp. Her work focuses on developing and applying advanced technologies and methods to solve exploration and reservoir management needs. Her areas of expertise include sedimentology and stratigraphy, source to sink analysis, modeling, and data science applications to earth science. Before joining Chevron, Rebecca received a Ph.D. from Indiana University developing predictive relationships for deltaic process-stratigraphy and global distribution. She also holds an M.S. in geology from Boston College, and a B.A. in geology and environmental studies from University of Pennsylvania.
Rebecca is active within GSA and the greater geoscience community. She is passionate about mentoring and serves as a mentor for GSA’s On To the Future program and GSA Connects programming. She holds the role of AAPG (American Association of Petroleum Geologists) Women’s Network Technical Program Director and co-chairs the Siliciclastic Theme of AAPG & Society of Exploration Geophysicists’ IMAGE conference. She serves on nominating and organizational committees for the Society for Sedimentary Geology and American Geophysical Union, and contributes to the scientific community through invited lectures, presentations, and publications.