The HBA Congratulates Johnson & Johnson Belgium and the Zug Ambassador Program
The HBA congratulates Johnson & Johnson Belgium and the Zug Ambassador Program work group team projects, which are now legacy projects for Johnson & Johnson. Team Belgium, led by Carmen Nollet, designed the Mind the Gap project focused on the gender pay gap. The team researched, collected data, and relied on the HBA community resources resulting in gender parity awareness. Their campus board has supported and approved the continuation of their project.
Team Zug, the Swiss HBA Cohort, led by Anna Esterhuizen, has installed a living legacy in the form of a book exchange on the Zug campus. The initiative blossomed from a clear understanding that employees be recognized and valued holistically and receive support and connection during all phases of their personal and professional lives; the project included the creation of a dedicated safe connect space where one could find support, guidance, and comfort.
Sheetal Patel, the Global Executive Sponsor of the Johnson & Johnson Ambassador Program shares that, "We are proud of the Belgium and Zug Ambassador Programs, both of which received this well-deserved recognition for impactful projects that can benefit colleagues across the company”