WICKLIFFE, Ohio—The Lubrizol Foundation has a new president: Elizabeth Grove.
Grove, who succeeds the recently retired Mark Sutherland, also will lead Wickliffe-based Lubrizol Corp.'s global corporate public affairs functions, according to a news release.
The Lubrizol Foundation supports educational institutions and charitable organizations in communities where the specialty chemical company's employees live and work. In 2019, the foundation donated more than $3 million to such organizations, the release stated.
Grove has been with Lubrizol since 2007, serving in such roles as global director of sustainability and compliance for Lubrizol Life Science and chief litigation counsel. Before joining the company, she worked at the Federal Trade Commission and Jones Day.