Goldman's Vice Chairwoman Retires

Dec 12 2006 | 11:54am ET

Suzanne Nora Johnson, vice chairwoman and a member of the management committee at Goldman Sachs, will retire from her post on Jan. 15, 2007, according to the firm. Post retirement, Johnson will become a senior director at Goldman Sachs.

Johnson is Goldman's highest-ranking woman and has served at the firm for 21 years, beginning in the investment banking division in 1985 and elected partner in 1992. Prior to joining Goldman, she was a corporate attorney at Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett.


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