Global Learning Director
Johnson & Johnson Center for Leadership & Learning
Stacy Eng is the Global Learning Director at the Johnson & Johnson Center for Leadership & Learning. In this position, she oversees a Global Learning Organization that is responsible for the design, development and delivery of enterprise learning and leadership development solutions for J&J leaders worldwide.
Stacy has over 20 years of business experience with focus on learning, leadership development, instructional design, and diversity & inclusion. She spent the majority of her careers in the financial services industry. Prior to joining J&J, Stacy was an Executive Director, and Global Head of Learning and Talent Management for the Technology & Data Division at Morgan Stanley. In that role, she supported Chief Information Officers and the Technology executive teams in developing talent in a global IT organization. She had oversight of the Innovative Technologies group and was responsible for a firmwide enabling technologies to support the Learning & Development function. Prior to Morgan Stanley, Stacy spent 8 years at Goldman Sachs & Company, where she held positions of increasing leadership responsibilities including Executive Director of Learning & Professional Development in Hong Kong, Vice President of Asia Talent Management in Japan, and Vice President of Goldman Sachs University in the United States. Before that, Stacy was a Program Manager in the Leadership and Management Practice at American Express, where she led the instructional design of a global leadership curriculum and the certification of training faculty. Stacy started her career in the healthcare industry and worked for organizations such as The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, and Staff Builders Inc., a home care services provider.
Stacy has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resources Management from Binghamton University in New York. She holds a Master’s degree in Nonprofit Management with a Specialization in Training and Development/Instructional Design from Robert J. Milano Graduate School at the New School University. She was a Doctoral Candidate in the Adult and Continuing Education Program at Teachers College Columbia University.