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Johnson & Johnson names Levene vice president, field sales

Wednesday, September 14, 2011  
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Meg Levene, a Network of Executive Women Greater Philadelphia committee leader, has been promoted to vice president, field sales organization, for Johnson & Johnson.

In her new role, Levene will be responsible for the leadership of the company’s U.S. consumer field sales organization. Previously she served as senior director on Johnson & Johnson’s global shopper team, responsible for the oral care/topical health franchise. She played an integral role in creating a shopper-informed aisle reinvention platform that has been successfully tested and rolled out to several of Johnson & Johnson’s key customers.

She has also served as director of consumer marketing for internal analgesics, upper respiratory and pediatrics for McNeil Consumer Healthcare Company. She successfully developed her career there with key cross-functional rotations and increased responsibility, including various director of sales rotations leading regional food, broker/specialty, club, value discount, Target and CVS. At the integration of the two companies, Levene moved into the position of director, sales innovation, where she supported innovation projects with major customers and created business strategies for emerging opportunities. She later joined the global oral care marketing team as a group product director, customer development, where she created and implemented tools that helped deliver accelerated growth with major customers worldwide.

Before joining Johnson & Johnson, Levene held positions of increasing responsibility at Gillette, Nielsen and Procter & Gamble.

She holds a bachelor’s degree in finance and accounting from California State University-Chico.

Meg Levene

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