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.
Maggie is frequently recognized as an industry thought-leader in the cutting-edge technology and
marketing space with a deep commitment to strengthening leadership teams, and creating a more
inclusive, gender equal corporate landscape. She was a recipient of the Women of the Decade in
Marketing, Branding and Communication award by Women Economic Forum in 2018; was named one
of the top 20 World's Most Influential CMOs by Forbes in 2017; was acknowledged for creativity and
storytelling by the CMO Club Awards; and was named a Top Ten Most Interesting B2B Executives,
and Woman of the Year, among other accolades.
Maggie received her undergraduate degree in business management from Binghamton University and
holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from Cornell University where she serves on
the Board of Directors for the Johnson NYC Club. In 2019, Maggie was appointed to the Board of
Directors at cybersecurity software company Avast (LSE: Avst). Maggie resides in New York City with
her husband and their four-legged kid, a miniature poodle named Charlie.