Powered by coffee and creativity, Danielle McFadden is a true cheerleader for all things Lowell. A lifelong Lowellian and alum of Lowell High School and UMass Lowell, Danielle has proudly served as President and CEO of the Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce since 2011.
As past President of the Massachusetts Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (MACCE) and a 40 under 40 recipient through the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE), Danielle is a champion for small business and economic development.
Danielle hosted “Chamber Chat” on 980 WCAP and Lowell Telemedia for over a decade. An early adopter of social media, she helped create the Social Media Certificate Program at Middlesex Community College and has trained hundreds of businesses and individuals on the power of using social media for marketing and personal branding.
A strong believer in giving back to the community, Danielle sits on numerous boards and committees including the Merrimack Valley Food Bank (Vice President), Greater Lowell Workforce board, Massachusetts Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (MACCE), New England Association of Chamber of Commerce Professionals (NEACCE), Pawtucketville Memorial Elementary School PTO (President) and Lowell’s new Mill City Fund to help make events like the City of Lights, Lowell WinterFest and the 4th of July Celebration possible.
When Danielle isn’t in the office, you can see her grabbing a cup of coffee in Downtown Lowell, dancing on Instagram or hanging out with her family.
Why Danielle joined Inside Lowell?
“Inside Lowell is exactly what Lowell needs. It’s not only a source for information and entertainment, but it’s also a way for us all to feel connected – to each other and our community. Lowell is such a unique place and I am excited to help showcase everything that makes it a great place to live, work, raise a family and have a little fun!”