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Angel Rivera

Director Continuous Improvement, Johnson & Johnson, Miami, FL, USA

Professional Experience: Angel Rivera is currently the Director of Supply Chain Academy Continuous Improvement (CI). He is responsible for Enterprise Continuous Improvement Methodologies Capabilities (Lean, Six Sigma, DEx, Asset and Change Management) across the end-to-end supply chain - over 60,000 associates). He started Johnson

& Johnson in 1999 in various roles such as Manufacturing, Engineering, PMO, Process Excellence & Project Management within J&J Medical Devices Sector. He is also Johnson & Johnson 1st Certified Master Black Belt in history (year 2000). Prior to arriving to Johnson & Johnson, Angel Rivera was responsible for leading and developing a cross-functional team in driving Design for Six Sigma methodologies for General Electric Industrial Systems. Angel improved Design cycle time by 50%, achieved;

$MM in cost out activities, 70% warranty reduction and $MM in growth revenue. Angel’s responsibilities included project mentoring, teaching, implementation and coaching nationwide in the methodologies of Six Sigma

& Lean. Educational Background: - Master of Business Administration (MBA), Marketing & Management (University of Miami) - Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering & Metallurgy (University of Connecticut) - Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (University of Connecticut)


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