Johnson & Johnson

The world’s largest medical device company, Johnson & Johnson (J&J) promotes the health of people around the globe. J&J has partnered with LGO since 2011 to help shape its move towards an integrated supply chain. Working with leading supply chain experts such as David Simchi-Levi, J&J internships span a number of the company’s businesses.

LGO collaboration with J&J focuses on optimizing the company’s operations and supply chain, with recent internships focusing on innovations such as additive manufacturing (3D printing) to speed new product introduction. LGO students may find internship opportunities targeting such challenges as diabetes, orthopedic injuries, and reconstruction. J&J also recruits LGO talent into roles such as managing product, programs, and strategies.

Justin Jiang (LGO ’23)

Title: Digital Supply Chain Connectivity and Capacity Analysis for Strategic Production Planning
Engineering Department: Mechanical Engineering

Elizabeth Hau (LGO ’22)

Title: Building a Digital Thread and Analytics Model to Improve Quality Controls in Medical Product
Engineering Department: Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Johnson & Johnson hires LGO graduates into roles across its wide range of medtech, orthopedic, and medical businesses. Recent hires have had responsibilities in digital strategy, product management, and operations.

Frequent job titles at hire: Digital Strategy Lead, Digital Strategy Execution Manager

Christy Dorris (LGO ’06)

Vice President, Supply Chain Global Planning, J&J Vision, Johnson & Johnson
While at LGO: MBA & SM Civil and Environmental Engineering
Previous studies: University of Delaware, Chemical Engineering

Before LGO, Christy worked in various engineering roles in manufacturing and process management. Completing the LGO program and her internship in demand planning, Christy took a position with Cordis, a J&J company. After taking progressively larger responsibilities at Cordis, she moved to a strategic director role in Animas in 2011, including plant manager roles, then moved to the J&J Vision business unit in 2018.

Nima Subramanian (LGO ’07)

Vice President, Digital Operations and Technical Services, Johnson & Johnson
While at LGO: MBA & SM Mechanical Engineering
Previous studies: Anna University and Ohio State University, Industrial Engineering

Nima worked as a lean engineer with Nokia for five years before joining the LGO program. After interning at Boeing, she joined J&J’s supply chain management team. With many years of experience as a J&J manager since then, Nima led the Malvern, PA Janssen site, before taking on her current role overseeing digital operations.

Amy Gobel (LGO ’17)

Senior Scientist, J&J Emerging Technology, Johnson & Johnson
While at LGO: MBA & SM Engineering Systems
Previous studies: Princeton University, Geosciences

Prior to joining LGO, Amy analyzed human health risks from contaminated properties and offered expert guidance to remediation decisions. At LGO Amy continued her focus on sustainability, conducting her LGO internship research at Quest Diagnostics’ automated labs. She made strategic suggestions to reduce reagent waste and cost per test. After graduating from LGO, Amy joined J&J Vision in Florida as a production management analyst. After stints leading computer vision systems teams and Ireland plant launch, she is now based in Switzerland as a Senior Scientist.

Suzie Rawden (LGO ’21)

Supply Chain Digital Strategy Director at DePuy Synthes, Johnson & Johnson
While at LGO: MBA & SM Civil and Environmental Engineering
Previous studies: Bowdoin College, Biochemistry and French

Suzie’s early career was in process engineering and technology transfer, including an assignment in China helping start up a new site. At LGO Suzie conducted her internship at J&J, using machine learning to assess the suture supply chain. Since graduation Suzie has led the DePuy Synthes supply chain digital applications team, working to accelerate the digital transformation of the orthopedics supply chain.