James Marks, Executive Vice President, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Margaret Low Smith
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James S. Marks
James S. Marks, MD, MPH, executive vice president, oversees all program, communications, research, and policy activities in support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s vision to build a Culture of Health in America. Marks joined the Foundation in 2004 and was formerly the senior vice president and director of program portfolios. His areas of responsibility have included strengthening vulnerable families, catalyzing demand for healthy places and practices, bridging health and health care, achieving health equity, ensuring that all children grow up at a healthy weight, and New Jersey-focused programming.