Diane Levin
Diane Levin

Vice President, Information Technology, Global Consumer Customer & Sales IT and Consumer EMEA IT

Diane Levin is a senior information technology professional with 25 years of broad functional business experience in Commercial, Supply Chain, Distribution, Operations and Finance. Throughout her tenure, she has served as a true leader in not only driving process and technology solutions that generate positive business results, but also building and managing culturally diverse organizations with focus on growing and developing talent. Diane joined Johnson & Johnson 15 years ago, and is currently Vice President, Information Technology, Global Consumer Customer & Sales IT and Consumer EMEA IT. In her role, she is responsible for partnerships with commercial business leaders in Consumer Europe, Middle East and Africa with a dual role to drive Consumer IT sales globally enabling new capabilities for the commercial business and with external customers.
Stephanie Muir
Stephanie Muir

Vice President, Robotics Platform Leader

Stephanie Muir has built on her passion for health care and love of math and science to now serve as the Robotics Platform Leader at Ethicon, a Johnson & Johnson company. Obtaining a Bachelor's of Science Mechanical Engineering at the University of Cincinnati, Muir quickly realized that engineering gave her the ability to impact the lives of thousands – if not millions – through innovative technological solutions both in the consumer and health care spaces. Muir attributes her 18 years at Johnson & Johnson to the diverse breadth of opportunity the company has provided her throughout her career. In her current role, she is a leader across R&D and strategic marketing for surgical robotics and surgical innovation, which seeks to go beyond robotics to enable a patient-centric experience for a more minimally invasive surgical approach. Serving as a leader across the organization to develop and deliver the surgical tools specifically designed for these procedures, Muir also works with Verb Surgical to advance R&D and strategic marketing of the overall platform.
Michelle McMurry-Heath
Michelle McMurry-Heath

Worldwide Vice President and Global Head of Regulatory Affairs, Medical Devices

Michelle McMurry-Heath is a physician and scientist with more than two decades of experience bridging the gap between science and policy between medical solutions and patients. After studying biochemistry at Harvard University, Dr. McMurry-Heath became the first African-American to receive both M.D. and Ph.D. degrees from Duke University. As a clinician trained in pediatrics and the daughter of two California Bay Area public health advocates, Dr. McMurry-Heath was inspired to commit her life's work to providing patients with better health information and greater clinical options. Dr. McMurry-Heath recently joined Johnson & Johnson as Worldwide Vice President and Global Head of Regulatory Affairs for Medical Devices, and in her role she oversees a team of more than 680 employees globally, managing regulatory affairs of 150,000 unique products around the world. In the last two years she has led the charge to integrate distinct groups within J&J’s medical devices, ensure the preservation of overall product quality, and unify the disciplines under one voice. Prior to joining J&J Dr. McMurry-Heath held many positions in the health and policy sectors, most recently she was the Associate Director for Science of the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) where she led the FDA team tasked with defining a new role for patients in the regulation of medical devices and diagnostics. Throughout her career, Dr. McMurry-Heath has held a strong belief that through creating strong bonds between public and private sector organizations, we can work together to achieve what in the best interest in public health. Having been “the first” in several of her roles, Dr. McMurry-Heath looks to affirm other’s beliefs that they too can not only improve access to health care for themselves and their communities, but also achieve their personal goals broader than the sphere of health.