Suzanne Nora Johnson

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Suzanne Nora Johnson
Personal details
Born (1957-06-14) June 14, 1957 (age 60)
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Political party Democratic
Alma mater University of Southern
California

Harvard University

Suzanne Nora Johnson (born June 14, 1957) is an American corporate lawyer and executive. Until 2007, she was Vice Chairman of Goldman Sachs, chair of the Global Markets Institute, head of the firm's Global Investment Research Division, and a member of the firm's management committee.

Ms. Nora Johnson joined Goldman Sachs in 1985 and became a partner in 1992. While at Goldman Sachs, she chaired the Pine Street/Goldman Sachs University board and served as a board member on the Goldman Sachs Foundation. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Nora Johnson was an attorney with Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett and worked as a law clerk on the United States Court of Appeals.

In July 2008, Ms. Nora Johnson was appointed to the board of American International Group (AIG).[1]

Ms. Nora Johnson currently serves on the corporate boards of American International Group (AIG)[2][2], Intuit, Inc.[3][3], Pfizer, Inc.[4][4], and VISA, Inc[5]. She also serves on the boards of several nonprofit institutions, including, The Broad Foundation, the Brookings Institution, the Carnegie Institution for Science, the Markle Foundation, RAND Health, TechnoServe, and the University of Southern California. She is an advisory board member to the Initiative on Financial Security at the]] Aspen Institute. Ms. Nora Johnson is also a member of the Global Agenda Council for the Future of Financial and Monetary Systems for the World Economic Forum. She served as chai]]air of the visiting committee for the Institute for Innovations at Southwestern Medical School athe UnUniversity of Texas (2003, 2004) and as a member of the visiting committee at the Department of Embryology at the Carnegie Institution of Washington (2000, 2004) and Harvard Law School (2006).

Johnson earned her Juris doctor from Harvard Law School and her Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Southern California. Forbes ranked her at 34 on its 2006 list of "The World's 100 Most Powerful Women".

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