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John Ruebush

Johnson & Johnson
Director Procurement Sustainability & Conflict Minerals Program
Somerville, NJ, USA

John C. Ruebush

John is a Supply Chain executive with over 20 years of experience in the Healthcare industry, including pharmaceuticals, medical devices, nutritionals, and consumer health segments. He is currently Director of Procurement Sustainability at Johnson & Johnson, where he leads supply chain transparency, supplier sustainability, and risk management teams, including the end-to-end Conflict Minerals compliance process.

Prior to his current position, John was a Category Leader in the Global Procurement group, a role that he helped design as part of J&J’s transformation to an enterprise-wide Category management structure. In this capacity, he worked across J&J operating companies to devise and execute procurement strategies for key components and raw materials that resulted in consistently high quality, value, and innovation from world-class suppliers, including a focus on a diverse supply base.

Prior to joining Johnson & Johnson, John held various leadership roles with Bristol-Myers Squibb in the areas of Procurement, Strategic Sourcing, technology transfer, and R&D.

John earned undergraduate degrees in Metallurgical Engineering and in Mathematics from Colorado School of Mines, his M.S. Metallurgy from the University of Utah, and his MBA from the Rutgers Executive Program.


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