Christina Norris-Watts is the Head of Selection Assessment and Competencies at Johnson & Johnson. In this role she’s responsible for defining and leading the enterprise-wide selection assessment strategy, She works with J&J’s Talent Acquisition organization and identify talent assessment solutions that will further improve quality of hire, efficiency of process, and user experience for the approximately 1.2 million applications that come through J&J every year. She is also responsible for overseeing the strategy and guidance for J&J’s enterprise-wide leadership and functional competency models.
Christina has over fifteen years of experience in talent assessment and talent management. She previously worked at Two Sigma Investments where she was Vice President, Talent Architect. In this role, she led the design and implementation of their performance management process and was also accountable for job analysis & architecture as well as various OD initiatives. Prior to Two Sigma, Christina was Senior Manager, Selection Specialist for Macquarie Group with responsibility for selection assessments, competency modeling, and organizational analytics. She began her career as a consultant with APT Metrics focusing on litigation support, job analysis, competency modeling, and test validation.