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Wanda Hope - Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer, Johnson & Johnson

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In this episode of Fairygodboss Radio, Romy is joined by Wanda Hope, Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer at Johnson & Johnson. Wanda shares her experiences (and advice!) of her flourishing 30-year career at J&J – from being the first in many roles as a young sales professional to advancing DEI as a thought leader.

Wanda Bryant Hope is an accomplished business executive with significant experience in general management, marketing, sales, commercial operations, and human resources. She currently serves as Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer at Johnson & Johnson, and is responsible for globally advancing the company’s diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) outcomes, strengthening DEI capabilities, and driving growth through innovation.

Prior to this role, Wanda held a variety of leadership positions across Johnson & Johnson including Vice President, Sales & Marketing; Vice President, Commercial Analytics, Development & Operations; and Vice President, Global Performance & Development. She has been recognized for her ability to exceed business results, deliver innovative solutions to complex challenges, lead global change, develop people for optimal results and DEI global outcomes.

Wanda is a sought-after speaker and thought leader on advancing DEI to drive business performance and results. Her passion and performance have been recognized with several awards including the Elite 100 of Black Women leaders by Diverse Women Media, Penn State Smeal Diversity Award, and the Most Powerful Women in Corporate Diversity by Black Enterprise Magazine.

Wanda received her Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from The Pennsylvania State University. She and her husband Bobby are the proud parents of Tyler, their 14-year-old son.

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