Conga Appoints Dayna Perry as Chief People Officer

Conga, the global leader in commercial operations transformation, announced the appointment of Dayna Perry as Chief People Officer. Perry brings extensive experience leading global HR teams. Her appointment is one of several executive new hires recently announced, including the addition of Randy Littleson as Chief Marketing Officer, Eric Salava as Chief Revenue Officer, and Grant Peterson as Chief Product Officer.

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“I look forward to working with the talented team at Conga to scale the people processes and capabilities in readiness for the next chapter of business growth.”

Prior to joining Conga, Perry spent her 25+ year career working with a variety of notable companies in e-commerce, mobile, software, financial, and manufacturing sectors. She has a wide range of experience partnering with the business and creating and delivering a positive employee experience. Over the past seven years she has served in various senior leadership roles at Amazon, supporting its International Consumer Business, Amazon Operations, and Worldwide Customer Service.

“As Conga continues to grow and evolve as a global organization, we are very excited to welcome Dayna to the team. Her extensive experience building healthy and sustainable organizations—complemented by her deep-rooted passion for open and collaborative cultures—makes her the ideal fit for the CPO role,” said Noel Goggin, CEO of Conga. “Dayna exudes positive energy, and her commitment to achieving together aligns perfectly with the Conga Way. We couldn’t be happier to have her lead our global people team and, with this gap now filled, we have an executive leadership team primed for the next phase of Conga’s journey.”

Perry will lead all colleague-related functions, including corporate social responsibility, HR business partnering, engagement, internal communications, leadership development, and total rewards and HRIS.

“Conga’s commitment to build a truly people-focused culture drew me to this unique opportunity,” said Perry. “I look forward to working with the talented team at Conga to scale the people processes and capabilities in readiness for the next chapter of business growth.”

Perry holds both a Bachelor of Arts in English and a Master of Business Administration from Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Her appointment is effective immediately. She will be based out of Conga’s Broomfield, Colorado office.

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