Suzanne Nora Johnson, a partner with Goldman Sachs & Co. and the managing director responsible for the firm’s worldwide health-care business, has been elected to the board of trustees.
In announcing Johnson’s election, President Steven B. Sample said: “Suzanne Nora Johnson is exactly the kind of person we look for when we search for new trustees for this university. She is someone who has made a significant impact in her profession and in her community; she has demonstrated tremendous leadership ability throughout her life; and she cares deeply about the advancement of USC and the fulfillment of its mission. We are proud to welcome such a distinguished alumna to our board at this exciting time in our history.”
A native of Chicago, Johnson earned her bachelor’s degree from USC in interdisciplinary studies with an emphasis in economics, philosophy/religion and political science. As an undergraduate, she served as president of the Student Senate. She earned her J.D. degree from Harvard Law School.
She is also a member of the board of trustees of the Carnegie Institution of Washington.
Johnson and her husband, David, who serves as senior executive vice president of MGM, are residents of Los Angeles.