Mindful Leadership Podcast with Shahana Banerjee : Episode 6
“There are 25,000 orthopedic surgeons in the US, only 6-8% are women, and less than 2% are people of color.”
Pioneering female surgeons, orthopedic industry professionals, their partners and allies, supported by evolving technologies, are leading the way to a more inclusive future.
In this episode of the Mindful Leadership podcast, we dive into a mega dose of inspiration with Amy Turk , Director of Strategy and Innovation, Global Growth Hip Marketing at DePuy Synthes in Johnson and Johnson), a woman on a mission to improve patient outcomes by championing inclusivity in orthopedics and busting many many biases and stereotypes, along the way.
Learn more about Amy’s journey of overcoming adversity, from growing up feeling like she didn’t belong and she had no one who’d stand up for her, to becoming the person who stands up for others, who creates space for different voices and opinions, and is creating a movement for Women of Orthopedics to lift each other up.
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Amy is the Director of Strategy and Innovation, Global Growth Hip Marketing for DePuy Synthes (Johnson and Johnson) and has experience in global strategic marketing, acquisitions and commercial integration. Amy joined Johnson & Johnson in 2005, and throughout her career, she has demonstrated a commitment to surgeon customers, passion for shaping culture, building teams, and driving results while creating alignment across the organization. Through her leadership, she has championed and led the Med Tech transformation in Joint Reconstruction, and she has helped shaped the orthopaedic environment through her leadership of the Women of Orthopaedics initiative.
Most recently, she received the AAHKS (American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons) Women in Arthroplasty Empowerment Award which recognizes a person in the orthopaedic community that has gone above and beyond to elevate and support women in arthroplasty in a unique and impactful way. Amy’s leadership in the Women of Orthopaedics initiative, dedication, and most importantly her advocacy for women in arthroplasty has elevated female orthopaedic surgeons.
Amy earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana and her MBA from Indiana University Kelley School of Business. She is based in Jupiter, Florida with her two daughters and enjoys creating adventures for her kids and staying active.