Dana Underwood is a very, very busy guy. He's a mechanical engineer who has built robots that manufacture artificial DNA at scale. On top of that, he's a seasoned entrepreneur who created a platform that lets people collaborate on one-of-a-kind creations that he calls “social gifts." And he's also a successful professional photographer: Barack Obama, Spike Lee, Queen Latifah, Quincy Jones, Dwayne Wade and many other people around the world have posed for his camera.
In the next decade, healthcare will continue to transform, evolve and expand, with old models being replaced by innovative new methods that promise to bring better care to everyone. That means new treatments, new approaches to product development and even entirely new roles within the healthcare space.
May is Military Appreciation Month, and to mark the occasion, we caught up with one of our own who's currently serving. Lara, an IT Lead at Johnson & Johnson, is also an Infantry Platoon Leader First Lieutenant in the New Jersey Army National Guard.
Quote: “Every year that I’ve been at Johnson & Johnson, there’s been a constant investment in my career—and in me.” That’s how Nigel Storey, Senior Director and Chief Operating Officer of Johnson & Johnson Design , summed up his 15-year career at Johnson & Johnson. In those 15 years, he’s held no fewer than eight roles, including Analyst, Solutions Architect and Business Relationship Manager at Ethicon , Application Services Commercial Marketing Manager, Senior Delivery Manager of Application Services and IT Director.
Her father ignited her passion for everything tech. He challenged her to learn more about it—particularly how computers work, and how they will evolve with time. She learned customer service through her mother’s business. To combine both of her passions—technology and people—she majored in both Information Technology (IT) and Informatics and Human Resource Management at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey.