Marc Leibowitz is Head – Johnson & Johnson Health Technology Strategy and Business Development. He serves as the lead strategist for Johnson & Johnson’s Health Technology Innovation program, and identifies and negotiates key technology partnerships and acquisitions. Marc has broad experience in technology and a demonstrated track record over two decades of negotiating and bringing impactful partnerships to market, building global-scale technology businesses and identifying and leading successful acquisitions. Most recently, as Global Vice President of Partnerships, Platform and Corporate Development at Dropbox, he built and led a team that acquired more than a dozen companies and developed innovative commercial and product partnerships accounting for over a third of Dropbox’s total user growth, engagement and revenue. Prior to Dropbox, Marc led all commercial activities at Stumbleupon, where the cross-functional team he hired drove a ten-fold increase in users and revenue through strategic partnering, marketing and communications initiatives. Marc also spent seven years at Google where he managed worldwide strategic partnerships and built and managed teams responsible for scaling several multibillion-dollar businesses from zero including search, advertising, software, and mobile services. He forged several of Google’s landmark revenue and distribution relationships on desktop and mobile platforms, and received Google’s prestigious Founders’ Award as recognition for his accomplishments. Early in his career, Marc was an investment banker at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette. Marc holds a B.S. in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, a J.D. from Stanford Law School, and is a self-professed baseball fanatic.
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