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Elizabeth A. Lowery

automotive executive

Elizabeth A. Lowery was American automotive executive. Named one of 100 Most Influential Women, Crain's Detroit Business, 2002, Detroit's Most Enterprising Women, Detroit History Society, 2004, Corp! magazine, 100 Leading Women in the North American Auto Industry, Automotive News, 2005; recipient Distinguished Service Citation, Automotive Hall of Fame, 2007.

Background

Lowery, Elizabeth A. was born on October 24, 1955 in New Britain, Connecticut, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration cum laude, Eastern Michigan University, 1978. Juris Doctor magna cum laude, Wayne State University, 1981. Graduate General Motors senior executive program, Harvard University Business School, 2002.

Career

Partner Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn. Law clerk Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice G. Mennen Williams, 1981—1983. Attorney General Motors, 1989—1994, practice area manager environmental and energy, 1994—1997, vice president North America, general counsel, 1997—2000, vice president environmental and energy, 2000—2007, vice president environment, energy public safety, 2007—2009.

Secretary, public policy committee General Motors Board Directors. Member global coordination team General Motors Public Policy Center. Member General Motors North America Strategy Board.

Membership

Board directors World Environmental Center, Keystone Center, Haven, Women's Leadership Forum, Inforum Center for Leadership. General Motors council member World Business Council on Sustainable Development.