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      Supporting STEM2D professionals everywhere

      At Johnson & Johnson, we aspire to be the employer of choice for women in STEM2D fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, Manufacturing, and Design) because we believe diversity broadens viewpoints, allowing greater potential for new discoveries and innovations.
      To that end, we are focusing on growing the careers of women and accelerating the female pipeline in STEM2D with the goal of achieving equal representation of women.

      In our professional programs, we champion and celebrate the power of diversity, equity and inclusion through reimagined recruitment, development and retention of the world's best STEM2D talent.
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      Our mission

      Igniting Women: We remain focused on inspiring, nurturing and recognizing groundbreaking female leaders. We believe women can be catalysts for creating healthier people, healthier communities and a healthier world.
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      Why WiSTEM2D Matters to Us

      • Johnson & Johnson was founded on science and innovation and we’re committed to being a partner and advocate for women. We are enthusiastic about working with esteemed institutions and organizations to expand the idea base in STEM2D fields and fostering diversified perspectives across the world.
        Kathy Wengel
        Executive Vice President & Chief Global Supply Chain Officer

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