Senior Manager, Global Community Impact (GCI)
Johnson & Johnson
Kimberlin Keller is an Electrical Engineer and Licensed Professional Engineer, who has spent most of her 25 plus years at Johnson & Johnson working in facility design, construction, maintenance, and facility and laboratory services. Since September 2012, Ms. Keller has been following her passion for building community with the Johnson & Johnson Global Community Impact (GCI) group as a Senior Manager responsible for Disaster Response, Resilience and Product Donations, including leadership for the Johnson & Johnson work on Obstetric Fistula. In this role, Kim works with the operating companies and partner non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to develop and implement disaster response programs and ongoing product and program support. She is committed in her work to blending heart, science and ingenuity to profoundly change the trajectory of health for humanity.
Before joining Johnson & Johnson, Ms. Keller served four years active duty in the United States Air Force (USAF), as well as US Steel. She has worked across several Johnson & Johnson companies in her career and has been a part of World Wide Engineering Services and Johnson & Johnson WorkPlace Solutions.
Ms. Keller is currently serving on the Board of Directors for the Partnership for Quality Medical Donations and is a Certified Corporate Responsibility Executive (CCRE), through the University of Notre Dame Center, Mendoza College of Business, and the Association of Corporate Contributions Professionals.
Ms. Keller graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering from Vanderbilt University, and a Master of Science in Engineering Management from NJIT. Ms. Keller lives in Bucks County, PA, with her daughter and dogs.
She can be found on Twitter @kkelle29 and additional information can be found about Ms. Keller here: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/kimberlin-keller/a/422/9b5.
6/4/20 – Kimberlin Keller, Senior Manager, Global Community Impact for Johnson & Johnson talks about what drives her to make a difference in the world and how COVID-19 has impacted her work.