SENSORS & WEARABLES
WORLD WITHOUT DISEASE ACCELERATOR
Ming leads the Sensors and Wearables team within the World Without Disease Accelerator (WWDA), which is focused on non-invasive clinically significant sensing systems embedded in consumers’ daily rituals to help identify individuals at risk for disease, monitor disease progression, and determine the efficacy of therapeutic interventions. Prior to this role, Ming served as Director of Sensors & Wearables, where she led the development of a portfolio of sensors systems and digital solutions across multiple WWDA ventures.
Ming has held several diverse leadership roles with Johnson & Johnson. Prior to joining the WWDA, Ming served as Director of Worldwide R&D Engineered Solutions with responsibilities for end-to-end medical device product development, from early customer need assessment to design development and through commercialization. Ming began her career in the Consumer sector where she held roles of increasing responsibility in R&D with rotations in Technical Assurance, Engineering and Packaging. Ming made strong contributions to the success of numerous innovation programs and product launches worldwide across multiple consumer franchises.
Ming holds a Master of Business Administration from New York University. She also earned a Bachelor of Science degree with a double major in Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.