Stephan G. Wiet is a Consumer Psychologist within the Johnson & Johnson family of companies. He is currently Director of Consumer Sciences at McNeil Consumer Healthcare, the over-the-counter pharmaceutical arm of J&J. In this capacity, Wiet manages a team of consumer researchers that translate deep insights into action that drive company growth worldwide. He is responsible for leading domestic and global activities that enhance the company’s consumer understanding - translating consumer insights into new healthcare products and claims, and optimizing the functional and aesthetic features of these products under development. He also chairs a committee responsible for leading the Company’s internal innovation strategies that strengthen and sustain its innovative culture. Wiet has held similar positions at J&J Consumer & Personal Products, McNeil Nutritionals, and Colgate-Palmolive. Wiet is on the advisory board of the University of Rochester’s Center of Future Health and he is vice president of the psychology department’s alumni advisory board. He received a B.S. degree in Psychology from the University of Illinois in 1976, and his Masters (1981) and Ph.D (1983). were received from Rutgers University in Biopsychology.