Johnson & Johnson CFO Dominic Caruso to retire, Joseph Wolk to succeed
Johnson & Johnson announced that Dominic Caruso, Executive Vice President, CFO, has elected to retire in September after a distinguished 19-year career with the company. Caruso was named CFO in 2007, and served as CFO longer than anyone in the company's 132- year history. Joseph Wolk, Vice President of Johnson & Johnson Investor Relations, has been appointed Executive Vice President, CFO, effective July 1. He will report to Gorsky and become a member of the Executive Committee. Caruso and Wolk will work closely during the six-month transition. Wolk has been with Johnson & Johnson for 19 years and has served on the Finance Leadership team, reporting directly to Caruso since 2014. Previously, he was Vice President, Finance and CFO of the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson and was a member of the Janssen Group Operating Committee. Prior to this role, he held many senior roles in Pharmaceuticals, Medical Device and Supply Chain.