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Cynthia Ouandji

Robotics and Digital Solutions at Johnson & Johnson

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Cynthia Ouandji is an engineer, activist and thought leader from the Bay Area. Though she was originally born in Cameroon, Ouandji grew up both in Africa and the United States. Her diverse upbringing has imbued her with a deep sense of cultural respect and opened her eyes to the existing health disparities that exist both abroad and in the United States. In both their work and life, they are a champion for community, diversity, equity and inclusion (13+ years). Ouandji's work includes, but is not limited to: volunteering as Poll Worker for the 2020 local & Presidential election, protesting for BLM and against Asian Hate, speaking at local middle schools to champion STEM, mentoring junior students/engineers, and organizing events for the Black/African-American ERGs at Johnson & Johnson and Boston Scientific. As he continues his journey in life, Ouandji wishes to continue working on innovative technologies that drive down the cost of healthcare, improve quality of care, and/or make quality healthcare more accessible for underserved communities and those in developing countries. Cynthia Ouandji is a proud alumni of San Jose State University, having graduated with a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering the Fall of 2016.

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