Exxon Mobil Corporation
Lynne Lachenmyer is Vice President, Exxon Mobil Corporation, Dallas, Texas. In this position, she manages Safety, Security, Health and Environment for the corporation. Ms. Lachenmyer joined Mobil Oil Corporation in 1980. She worked for eleven years in refining positions that provided experience in the technical, manufacturing operations, planning and environmental arenas.
In 1991, she transferred to Mobil's corporate headquarters in Fairfax, Virginia, with responsibilities covering competitive analysis, planning, supply, logistics and marketing. Ms. Lachenmyer became Vice President of the Global Aromatics business for Mobil Chemical Company in 1998. Following the merger with Exxon, she became Vice President of the Aromatics Global Business unit for ExxonMobil Chemical Company.
She assumed the position of Asia Pacific Manufacturing Director located in Singapore in 2004, where she was responsible for regional operations and joint venture relations. In 2007, she became Vice President of Operations, ExxonMobil Lubricants and Specialties Company, and in 2010 became Senior Vice President of ExxonMobil Chemical’s global Basic Chemicals, Intermediates and Synthetics businesses. She was appointed to her current position in September 2014.
Lynne has a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from California Polytechnic University. She served on the Petro Stopping Center Board in 1997 and 1998, the Singapore Economic Development Board in 2006 and 2007, and serves on the Dean of Engineering’s Leadership Board for California Polytechnic University. Lynne was named “Distinguished Alumnus in Engineering” in 2011 and a Hall of Fame inductee in 2014 for California Polytechnic University. She currently serves on the National Safety Council, ExxonMobil Foundation and Junior Achievement of Southeast Texas and Dallas Boards.
Lynne is married to Todd and has two grown sons. She enjoys gardening, travel and golf.