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Joseph A. Sendra BSIE ’93, MBA ’97

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Joseph Sendra

Worldwide Vice President Manufacturing Engineering & Technology
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Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices | Global Supply Chain

Joseph Sendra is currently worldwide vice president manufacturing engineering and technology at Johnson & Johnson. Sendra has over 20 years of global experience in supply chain; this has included engineering, manufacturing, research and development, quality assurance, strategy and process excellence responsibility. Prior to his current position, he was vice president, manufacturing engineering and technology, medical devices and diagnostics at J&J, and before that, worldwide vice president engineering for Cordis Corp.

Sendra joined Johnson & Johnson in 1993 as a QA engineer with Cordis Corporation. He held positions of increasing responsibility in various functions. He has managed business units, led new product introduction programs and been responsible for developing worldwide manufacturing and network strategies. He led an R&D program from concept to human clinical trial, as well as deployed process and design excellence programs worldwide. He has held responsibilities for manufacturing plants as well as process engineering for new product development. Prior to joining J&J Sendra was a technician with Baxter Healthcare for three years and owned his own technology services firm.

Sendra has a Master of Business Administration and a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from the University of Miami.