Global Public Health Systems Policy & Partnerships
Johnson & Johnson
Jami Taylor is Senior Director, Global Public Health Systems Policy & Partnerships at Johnson & Johnson. Her responsibilities include the design of, and advocacy for, public policy strategies to help strengthen healthcare systems in resource-limited settings. Jami serves as the designated representative for Johnson & Johnson at numerous forums, committees and organizations with international reach.
These include, among others, the Private Sector Delegation to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria; the Health Systems Leapfrogging initiative at the World Economic Forum; the Chairman’s Circle at the Center for Global Development; and the Global Health Advisory Council at Harvard Medical School.
In 2014, Jami was named a Cross-Sector Leadership Fellow at the Presidio Institute, a program created in partnership with the White House Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation to advance the work of leaders addressing society’s most complex challenges.