Maggie Chan Jones On This Week’s Podcast

Recently, we had the pleasure of seeing Maggie Chan Jones take the stage in Dallas as our Keynote Speaker for The Transformational CMO Assembly. Attendees got a glimpse into her story, From CMO to Entrepreneurship and the Board Room. We are very excited to share her story further. Cara Bernstein, host of Millennium Live: A Digital Diary Podcast, had the chance to sit down with Maggie to chat about everything from transforming the brand of SAP while she was their Global CMO, best practices for getting on a board, leadership as a female executive and of course, her company Tenshey, a startup with a mission to advance gender diversity and leadership through executive coaching.

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About Maggie Chan Jones

Maggie is the Founder and CEO of Tenshey, Inc., a tech-enabled executive coaching company that helps more women advance into leadership roles and the boardroom.  She is also a seasoned C-level executive, board director, CMO advisor and angel investor, who specializes in marketing, business transformation and technology.  Previously, Maggie was the first woman to become chief marketing officer (CMO) at SAP, the world’s largest enterprise application software provider.  In this role, she was responsible for global advertising and brand experience, sponsorships, audience marketing, strategic events, and field and partner marketing functions across 180+ countries.  During her tenure, Maggie led the brand transformation of SAP to becoming the world’s 21st most valuable brand, delivered double-digit growth in marketing contribution to business, and advanced talent skills development for the digital economy.  She was an executive sponsor for diversity and inclusion, and a member of the SAP Innovation Roundtable. Prior to joining SAP, Maggie served as the inaugural CMO of the North America region at Level 3 Communications.  Before that, she spent over seven years at Microsoft, where she was the marketing director of U.S. Cloud Services and Office 365. Previously, Maggie held leadership and marketing positions at Sun Microsystems and ADIC.

About Tenshey, Inc.

Tenshey, Inc. is a tech-enabled startup dedicated to advancing gender diversity through personalized executive and career coaching services. Pronounced “ten-she,” the company’s name is derived from the Japanese word for “angels” because leaders thrive when they have a strong support system of angels including coaches, mentors and sponsors. Tenshey was founded by Maggie Chan Jones, the first female CMO of SAP and named one of the world’s most influential CMOs by Forbes. Maggie realized that her ascension to the C-suite in the male-dominated tech industry was rare and shouldn’t be. It is Tenshey’s mission to change that.

Members benefit from Maggie’s experiences in the C-suite and her team of personally selected, certified executive coaches. Tenshey coaches support a wide range of industries and offer a unique collection of perspectives to drive high-performing, diverse and inclusive workplaces.

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