Tammie Champlin is the Senior Director, Value Chain Quality for Johnson & Johnson. Tammie connects the dots across functions and businesses and uses those connections to shape strategy and deliver value. She collaborates with J&J’s Consumer, Medical Device, and Pharmaceutical companies to advance Quality in Manufacturing for the future and drive maximum value for her Customers and business. Tammie sets the J&J Manufacturing Quality improvement strategy to enable disruptive technologies, accelerate the adoption of best practices, and build Quality Engineering capabilities across the globe.
Tammie is a future oriented leader dedicated to meeting the expectations of external and internal customers. She has expertise in creating and deploying quality improvement programs across 100+ manufacturing and distribution sites to significantly improve performance. She offers diverse experience across health care, electronics, aerospace, and equipment industries in Global Supplier Quality, Plant Management, Regional Distribution, Global Quality Strategy and Execution, and international experience as Site Director of an acquired site in Sweden.
Tammie prioritizes talent development by matching team member assignments to individual strengths, mentoring talent globally, and sponsoring J&J’s rotational development program. As a Champion of Work Life Balance, Tammie frequently speaks on the topic within and beyond J&J, including as a panelist at the 2017 ISPE Conference. She served as a member of the ISPE Women in Pharma academic sub-team to increase connections between women students and industry.
Tammie holds a Ceramic Engineering degree from Alfred University and a Masters in Engineering & Manufacturing Management from Clarkson University. She is a certified Johnson & Johnson Master Black Belt. She leverages her education and experience to drive value, gain new perspectives, and lead high performing teams across Supply Chains.