Danielle Lovett

Danielle Lovett has nearly a decade of experience in the chemical industry. Her early roots in research provided a solid foundation for her evolving roles, which have supported the introduction and scale-up of next-generation products. In her nine years with Chemours, Danielle has provided research, project management, and marketing leadership in a variety of industries, including advanced electronics, chlor-alkali, industrial lubricants, and automotive. Before taking on the role of market development leader — automotive aftermarket for Chemours, Danielle was a global program manager for the company’s Advanced Electronics Venture. Currently, Danielle focuses on supporting the automotive aftermarket in the transition to low-global-warming-potential refrigerant technologies that enable enhanced sustainability. Danielle received her bachelor's degree and master's degree in chemistry from Villanova University, while conducting research in organometallic and polymer chemistry.