Rutgers Business School alumna Sheri McCoy ranked 10th Most Powerful Woman in Business
Fortune's annual ranking of America's leading businesswomen named Rutgers Business School alumna Sheri McCoy (MBA '88) #10 out of the 50 most powerful women in business. McCoy is vice chairman of Johnson & Johnson and is responsible for the Pharmaceutical and Consumer business segments.
As a result of McCoy's high ranking on the Fortune list, CNN Money included Rutgers Business School on their list of where the most powerful women go to business school.
- University of Chicago
- Southern Methodist University
- University of South Africa/Van Kralingen
McCoy most recently met with students and alumni during the Spring 2011 CEO Lecture Series where she spoke about the challenge of innovation in a dynamic global market.