Nácia Pupo Taylor leads initiatives focused on health systems sustainability, global health security, anti-microbial resistance, emerging infectious diseases, and vaccines.  Nácia is passionate about improving healthcare for everyone, everywhere and a strong believer in the critical role that the private sector must play in advancing effective public policies. Before taking her current role, Nácia was the policy lead for Johnson & Johnson in Latin America, focused on sustainable health care financing and value-based healthcare models. Prior to that, she held leadership roles in various businesses in the MedTech sector of Johnson & Johnson in Latin America in the areas of women’s health, infection prevention and diabetes care. She also worked on implementing access and professional education programs for general surgical procedures and breast cancer diagnosis.

A Brazilian native with extensive global experience, Nácia is a graduate of the Public Administration School at Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV) and holds an MBA with a focus on International Management from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.