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Alissa Hsu Lynch is a senior healthcare executive with over 20 years of global MedTech and Consumer Goods experience at Johnson & Johnson (J&J). She has led multibillion-dollar businesses as Vice President in operational and strategic roles, earning a reputation for formulating customer-focused business strategies that drive sales, profit and impact and successfully managing complex international businesses in all life cycles – from launching and scaling innovation, to accelerating growth, to turnarounds, and acquisitions & divestitures. Alissa’s love for adventure has led her to live and work around the world, including the United States, China and Switzerland. She most recently was Vice President for Medical Devices at Johnson & Johnson and previously held roles as Worldwide VP of Diabetes Care and VP of Consumer Sales Strategy & Operations. Alissa has served on various boards, including the Johnson & Johnson Foundation Board of Directors, the Dance/NYC Board of Directors, and she is currently an independent director for ePrep, Inc. A strong believer in the power of diversity and inclusion as a business accelerator, Alissa has also enjoyed serving on the J&J Diversity & Inclusion Advisory Board and acting as an Executive Coach for One Young World Scholars. Before joining the corporate world, Alissa lived her childhood dream of becoming a professional dancer, performing worldwide for 6 years with the Limón Dance Company and Ralph Lemon Dance at venues including the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Lincoln Center, and the Cannes Dance Festival. She holds an A.B. in English from Princeton University and an M.B.A from Columbia Business School. Alissa and her husband are based in Seattle and are the proud parents of two grown sons. She is a 2013 Henry Crown Fellow of the Aspen Institute and member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.