Lotta Danielsson

Nonresident Fellow
The National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR)

Lotta Danielsson

Lotta Danielsson is the Vice President of the US-Taiwan Business Council, a non-profit organization dedicated to developing the trade and commercial relationship between the United States and Taiwan.

Lotta is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Council. Her work includes membership development and analysis to identify the needs of U.S. businesses in Taiwan. She also researches current Taiwan policy, economic, political, and business issues. Lotta oversees member products and services, serves as the Council’s primary editor and brand manager, and manages all events and conferences. She has planned the annual U.S.-Taiwan Defense Industry Conference – a platform for bilateral dialogue on U.S.-Taiwan national security and defense issues – since its inception in 2002.

At the three-year International MBA program at the University of South Carolina, Lotta spent 19 months studying Mandarin Chinese in Taipei, Taiwan, and Beijing, China. She served as a consultant and marketer for the Beijing Sun-King Paper Company, where she worked with the management team to develop new marketing and administrative strategies and to launch a new paper brand into the Beijing market. Before entering the MBA program, she was Laboratory Director at New South Associates in Stone Mountain, Georgia.

Lotta also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Georgia State University. Her career has spanned living, studying, and working in Asia, Europe, and North America. She is a native-level speaker of Swedish and English. Lotta is a Nonresident Fellow at NBR.