Jonathan Lock is joining The Chemours Company as vice president of corporate development and investor relations. Lock was previously at SunCoke Energy, where he led corporate strategy and investor relations for SunCoke and its Master Limited Partnership, SunCoke Energy Partners. In this new role, Lock will help drive Chemours inorganic growth strategy and assume responsibility of investor communications.
Alisha Bellezza, Chemours current treasurer and vice president of investor relations, has been named vice president of commercial operations and supply chain for the Titanium Technologies segment. Sameer Ralhan, vice president of finance, will assume the role of treasurer while retaining his current business finance responsibilities.