Jennifer Pazour honored as recipients of the 2018 Johnson & Johnson WiSTEM2D Scholar Award represent the caliber of talent that we believe is essential to global innovation today and in future. The Award program, and its distinguished Advisory Board, is part of our company’s commitment to help increase the participation of women in STEM2D fields worldwide,” said Kathy Wengel, Worldwide Vice President and Chief Supply Chain Officer, Johnson & Johnson Supply Chain and WiSTEM2D Program Executive Sponsor.
Jennifer applies her manufacturing expertise by taking a data-driven approach to solve logistics and supply chain challenges. She creates new mathematical models to guide decision-making, with applications for transportation, distribution, healthcare, military and service industries.
“I am excited to be a WiSTEM2D fellow because I believe the world needs more industrial and systems engineers, who can think analytically and systematically about complex problems, and this program will help me reach a wider and more diverse audience. The mentorship will provide valuable opportunities for me to learn about innovative solutions and open research challenges facing the healthcare supply chain.”— Jennifer Pazour