Diversity Leadership: Anthony Carter, Johnson & Johnson

Anthony Carter

Chief Diversity Officer

Johnson & Johnson

Anthony Carter joined the company in 2002 as Director of Corporate Communications and become Vice President of Corporate Communications in 2005.

Prior to joining Johnson & Johnson, he was Senior Director of Culture and Diversity for Bristol-Myers Squibb and worked in corporate communications for Avon for a decade. He has also worked as Assistant Press Secretary to New York City Mayor David Dinkins and Director of Public Affairs for the New York City Taxi & Limousine Commission.

Carter sits on the board of directors of The Civic League of Greater New Brunswick and the National Medical Fellowships, and on the board of visitors of the Howard University School of Communications. He is also a member of the Consortium of Chief Diversity Officers at Georgetown University.

Carter received a bachelor’s degree in communications and journalism from Fordham University in 1976.

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