Alex Gorsky, worldwide chairman for Johnson & Johnson's surgical care group and this year's Healthcare Businesswomen's Association Honorable Mentor, says mentoring is a two-way street. He feels fortunate to have mentored a number of successful women, noting that the experience has taught him much about leadership. Gorsky, who graduated from West Point and served six years in the Army, says the military helped him understand the importance of diversity. Giving back is a priority for Gorsky. He's involved with a number of organizations, including the National Alliance on Mental Illness, The National Alliance on Aging, the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, the Doylestown Hospital Board, and Boy Scouts of America.