VP, public affairs and corporate communications, Johnson & Johnson
Johnson & Johnson has faced many challenges in recent years in the form of product recalls, settlements, and leadership transitions.
Ray Jordan, who is approaching his 10-year anniversary with the company, has been leading public affairs and corporate communications for some of the most challenging years in J&J's recent history.
Jordan, who started the company's first blog, began his career as a reporter in Connecticut and spent 17 years with Pfizer before making the transition to begin a communication practice for the device and diagnostics business at J&J.
Today his influence extends across J&J, a behemoth that spans more than 250 companies, operating in 57 countries. Jordan helped internationalize J&J's communication function and establish formal connections between communication officers across the enterprise. Jordan will undoubtedly continue to be a major force behind efforts to re-establish customer confidence and restore J&J's sterling reputation through effective communications.
In addition to successes within J&J, he is a member of the Arthur W. Page Society and Institute for Public Relations.