Gaspar Zuniga is currently Vice President, Supply Chain with overall accountability for the Vision Supply Chain organization. He is a member of the Medical Devices Supply Chain Leadership Team and sits on the J&J Vision Leadership Team. He re-joined J&J in 2015 as a member of the US OTC Leadership Team responsible for restoring and growing the US OTC business following the successful certification of the consent decree workplan. In March 2017 Gaspar’s responsibilities expanded to include the rest of NA Consumer Supply Chain, where he played an active role in the development and deployment of the new fit for future organizational model for North America before moving to Vision in September 2019. Over the course of his career Gaspar has worked for several companies in the Pharmaceutical and Biotech industry, providing him with the opportunity to work across several regions and locations. He has led teams across multiple dimensions of the supply chain with exposure to different businesses, and with a strong track record of delivering results through effective change management and talent development. After starting his career with Eli Lilly, Gaspar joined Johnson & Johnson in 1992 following completion of his MBA, working for Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical. Gaspar then returned to Eli Lilly where he had several roles of increasing responsibility in Puerto Rico, Indiana, and the UK. After Eli Lilly, he transitioned to Amgen where he was involved in the start-up of one site and led two growing biotech operations. He then transitioned to Novartis where he led the remediation for a generics site contributing to the successful lifting of the North America warning letter. Prior to re-joining J&J, Gaspar was Head of Pharma Supply Chain North America at Novartis. Gaspar holds a degree in Industrial Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and an MBA degree from the University of Michigan. His time outside of work is dedicated to spending time and traveling with his wife Ninette and their three children, with one in college and two in the early stages of their careers.