JOHNSON & JOHNSON FOUNDATION SCOTLAND

The Johnson & Johnson Foundation Scotland (previously the Johnson & Johnson Corporate Citizenship Trust founded 2007) is responsible for managing Johnson & Johnson’s Global Community Impact programs and activities across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Johnson & Johnson Foundation Scotland is a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee. The Foundation is funded by the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies through Johnson & Johnson Global Community Impact (GCI) and Johnson & Johnson Operating Companies in EMEA.

OPERATIONAL STRUCTURE & MANAGEMENT

  • The Foundation is managed by a Board of Directors consisting of 14 senior Johnson & Johnson leaders from across the enterprise.
  • The Directors are responsible for overseeing the affairs of the Foundation and ensuring that it delivers on its mandate. The day-to-day operations of the Foundation are managed by the EMEA GCI team who have personal responsibilities for specific strategic areas.
  • The EMEA GCI team is supported by a wider network of Johnson & Johnson professionals who operate at the local country level and provide support and advice to the Foundation on matters related to corporate social responsibility (CSR).

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Kris Sterkens
Chairman, Johnson & Johnson Foundation
Company Group Chairman, Janssen EMEA
Hani Abouhalka
Company Group Chairman,
Medical Devices EMEA
Fred Van Batenburg
VP Africa & Turkey,
Medical Devices
Carol Leland
Legal Director Ireland (Pharm) & GPH
Paula Patino Conde
Head HR Pharm,
EMEA
Angelika Elser
Communication & Public Affairs Leader, Janssen EMEA
An Claes
Vice President,
Deliver EMEA
Mireille Maes
Vice President Finance,
Hospital Medical Devices, EMEA
Luis Díaz-Rubio
Managing Director,
Janssen Iberia
Jessica Moore
Chief Financial Officer,
Janssen EMEA
Zeger Vercouteren
Vice President, EMEA
Worldwide Government Affairs & Policy, Johnson & Johnson
Frank Welvaert
Vice President, Johnson & Johnson Global Community Impact
Neil Wood
Senior Director, Systems & Workflow Innovation, Johnson & Johnson Global Community Impact