Kim Keller is an Electrical Engineer and Licensed Professional Engineer (PE), who has spent most of her 18-plus years at J&J working in facility design, construction, maintenance and facility and laboratory services. She has worked at Ortho Clinical Diagnostics (OCD), Janssen, Ethicon, JJPRD and has been a part of World Wide Engineering Services and J&J WorkPlace Solutions. She has worked at sites in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Texas. Since September 2012, Kim has been following her passion for “building community” with the J&J Corporate Contributions group as a Senior Manager responsible for Product Donations and Disaster Response. In that role, Kim works with the Operating Companies and partner non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to develop and implement disaster response programs and ongoing product support. With J&J’s wide range of products, she is trying to increase the organization’s ability to support the great work being done for human health needs around the world. She is also leading several local efforts to build resilient communities that can withstand disasters.
Kim graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering (BE) from Vanderbilt University, and a Master of Science in Engineering Management (MS-EM) from NJIT. She is licensed in New Jerset, Pennsylvania and Texas. Before working at J&J, Kim served four years active duty in the USAF, and worked for US Steel and various design and consulting firms in Alabama and Tennessee.
Kim serves on the Board of Directors for the Partnership for Quality Medical Donations (PQMD),and is a member of Board of Directors for the Bucks County Choral Society, with which she also sings. She is is a longtime volunteer with the FIRST robotics program as a referee for grades 9 through 12 and as a mentor/leader for the Jr FLL program (ages 6 to 9).
Kim lives in Bucks County PA with her daughter, Mason, and dog, Wags.