Peter Fasolo, Ph.D.

Johnson & Johnson

Peter Fasolo, Ph.D.
Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer
Johnson & Johnson

Peter M. Fasolo is executive vice president, chief human resources officer, responsible for global talent, recruiting, diversity, compensation, benefits, employee relations and all aspects of the human resources agenda for the company. He is a member of the executive committee, management compensation committee, and chairman of the pension and benefits committee.

Fasolo first joined Johnson & Johnson in 2004 as worldwide vice president, human resources for Cordis Corp. He was then named vice president, global talent management, with responsibility for executive assessment and development. He left Johnson & Johnson in 2007 to join Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. as chief talent officer for the portfolio companies owned by the firm. He returned to Johnson & Johnson in September 2010 as vice president, global human resources.

Fasolo has more than 25 years of global experience in health care, having spent 13 years with Bristol-Myers Squibb in executive level, human resource roles in the pharmaceutical, medical devices and consumer segments. He serves on the board of the Human Resources Policy Association in Washington, D.C., is an advisory board member of the Trust for Public Land in New Jersey and also serves on the board of Arm in Arm of Mercer County.

Peter earned a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from the University of Delaware, a Master of Arts degree in Industrial Psychology from Fairleigh Dickinson University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Providence College.

My Sessions

Millennial Leaders: A New Breed or More of the Same?

Calusa Ballroom D-H

Millennials are moving into the C-suite at Fortune 500 companies as boomers retire and the pool of Gen Xers struggles to fill demand. Some argue this next generation is distinctive and should be developed differently than leaders of the past. But is that necessarily the case? Driven by research on millennial leadership, this panel discussion…

Panel Discussion