Maggie Chan Jones

Maggie Chan Jones is the founder and CEO of Tenshey, a tech-enabled executive coaching company that helps women advance into leadership roles and the boardroom. She founded Tenshey after a tremendously successful career in marketing at several of the world’s largest technology companies, including Microsoft and SAP.

She was SAP’s first woman CMO, responsible for driving the software provider’s global marketing effort across more than 180 countries. Her many successes in this role included leading SAP’s brand transformation effort, which led to the company being recognized as the world’s 21st most valuable brand.

Before moving to SAP, Level 3 Communications chose Chan Jones to be the first CMO of its North America region. Prior to this, she served as Microsoft’s marketing director of U.S. Cloud Services and Office 365. Earlier in her career, she held leadership and marketing positions at Sun Microsystems and ADIC.

Her many accolades include the Women Economic Forum presenting her with the Women of the Decade in Marketing, Branding and Communication award in 2018, and being recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of the top 20 World’s Most Influential CMOs in 2017.

Chan Jones currently serves on the board of directors of Avast.

She holds a degree in business management from Binghamton University and an MBA from Cornell University.