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Danielle Willmott '15

Danielle Willmott '15

Senior Manager for Contract Reporting & Analytics
Johnson & Johnson (Medical Device Sector)

Danielle Willmott is currently the Senior Manager for Contract Reporting & Analytics within the Medical Device sector of Johnson & Johnson. She helps oversee data, analytics, and reporting strategy related to the pricing and contracts executed between hospitals nationwide and Johnson & Johnson.

Leading up to her transition into J&J, Willmott was a Process Improvement Consultant at ThreeBridge Solutions, a consulting firm specializing in Smart Data, Digital, Business Transformation, and Enterprise Cloud. For several years, she worked in a long-term consulting partnership with J&J to understand and improve their business processes in order to better serve and provide value to their end customers. Additionally, Willmott leveraged knowledge gained in business process to support many instances of system design and testing, large-scale system implementations, data analytics, and project management.

Prior to joining ThreeBridge, Willmott worked as an Operations Manager for Target Corporation managing a warehouse department of upwards of 30+ outbound team members. This role allowed Willmott to not only enhance her leadership skills but to experience firsthand the foundation of Target’s supply chain and the complexity that comes with managing and reacting to production plans. Willmott’s passion for understanding all elements of business processes led her to the role as Quality Manager at the Target distribution center. Here, her focus was to find the root cause defects and understand where in the process the breakdowns were occurring; she then partnered with senior leadership to implement impactful changes.

Willmott (previously “Shields”) graduated in 2015 with her Dual Bachelor’s Degree in Supply Chain Management and Advertising from Syracuse University and is currently serving as the Young Alum representative on the Advisory Board of the H.H. Franklin Center for Supply Chain Management.