, Corporate Controller & Chief Accounting Officer of Johnson & Johnson
will speak on What It Takes to Become Controller.
Ron is the Corporate Controller & Chief Accounting Officer for Johnson & Johnson. He reports to the Chief Financial Officer and is a member of the Disclosure Committee for Johnson & Johnson.
Ron possesses extensive experience in finance and accounting, both inside and outside of Johnson & Johnson, along with an exemplary record of professional accomplishment in the field. Most recently, Ron served as Vice President of Finance for Johnson & Johnson Supply Chain where he was instrumental in creating and driving an ambitious agenda across a newly created and integrated Johnson & Johnson supply chain with respect to quality, growth, reliability, and cost efficiency.
Prior, Ron held CFO positions in Johnson & Johnson’s Pharmaceuticals, Consumer, and Medical Device business units where he led several important compliance initiatives, startup operations, restructurings and business turnarounds. In addition, Ron has served as CFO sponsor for a number of Johnson & Johnson Finance and diversity councils, as well as leadership development programs. Beyond Ron’s experience at Johnson & Johnson, he has a broad background in finance and accounting in the food, chemical, and defense industries.
Ron is a Certified Management Accountant (CMA) and also holds a Certified in Financial Management (CFM) designation. Ron earned his undergraduate degree from Temple University in Operations Management and obtained his MBA from Drexel University in Financial Management.
Ron is a native of Philadelphia, and presently resides with his family in the Philadelphia area.
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