Women Leaders in Pharma Interview: Sally Macaluso, Johnson & Johnson
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Sally Macaluso
Vice-President and Chief Procurement Officer of Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices and Business Services Procurement

The latest interview in the DCAT Alliance for Industry Women Committee’s Women Leaders in Pharma: An Interview Series features Sally Macaluso, Vice-President and Chief Procurement Officer of Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices and Business Services Procurement. Read her interview here.

In this role, Sally is responsible for the Procurement business engagement activities for the Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices sector. Sally is also responsible for managing $8 billion of global Enterprise-wide spending in the Business Services categories which include Travel, Fleet, and Meetings; HR Services; Corporate Services; and IT. Sally is a member of the Johnson & Johnson Procurement Leadership Team.

Sally is very passionate about women’s leadership. She was the Executive Sponsor of the Procurement Women’s Leadership Initiative for five years. She also currently serves as the Executive Sponsor for the Professional Pillar of the Johnson & Johnson Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, Manufacturing, & Design (WiSTEM2D) Program.

Sally has a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Bucknell University and a Master’s degree in Chemistry from Lehigh University. Sally lives in Easton, Pennsylvania with her husband and two daughters.

The Women Leaders in Pharma: An Interview Series provides employees of DCAT Member Companies with the opportunity to hear from women industry leaders on a variety of timely and relevant topics.

In each interview, the women leaders from various DCAT Member Companies share their insights on career development, leadership, mentoring, networking, and more. The interviews are published at least once per month and can be found at dcat.org/interviews, on social media, and in the Alliance for Industry Women’s LinkedIn group.

About the Alliance for Industry Women Committee

DCAT’s Alliance for Industry Women Committee aims to educate, inspire, and empower women in the pharmaceutical industry. DCAT Member Company employees can join the Alliance for Industry Women LinkedIn group to engage in dialogue and share relevant information and resources with industry colleagues.