Chief Retail Sales and Bottler Operations Officer
Dagmar Boggs is an executive at The Coca-Cola Company with a diverse experience working in a variety of areas, including senior sales, strategic planning, franchise leadership, capabilities and general management.
As Chief Retail Sales and Bottler Operations Officer, Dagmar leads a team that manages strategic relationships with global and national customers across the grocery, mass, club, drug, value, and convenience channels in the United States.
National Retail Sales has holistic customer management across all categories, brands and routes to market. Bottler Operations includes overseeing operations of The Coca-Cola Company's US delivery business of bottled and canned beverages through its 68 national bottlers.
Dagmar's previous role was President, 7-Eleven Global Customer Team in which she led a global team on the mission of becoming 7-Eleven's preferred worldwide growth partner through driving value creation strategies across the Coca-Cola enterprise.
In her 24-year tenure with The Coca-Cola Company, Dagmar has worked in a number of key leadership positions across Global and National Customers, as well as in Global Commercial Leadership. Prior to joining the 7-Eleven customer team, she was Vice President of the Global Burger King Customer, which spanned 90 countries. Earlier roles also include Vice President, Global Customer Strategic Capabilities, where she was responsible for creating strategic frameworks and leading capability development in Strategic planning, Sustainability, Supply Chain and Customer Analytics. Prior to joining The
Coca-Cola Company, Dagmar worked for the Quaker Oats Company in various customer leadership roles of increasing responsibility.
Dagmar is an active board member of Network of Executive Women (NEW) and a member of its Executive Committee as Treasurer. She is also a member of the Women's Foodservice Forum (WFF) and of Women's LINC at The Coca-Cola Company. Dagmar graduated from Rollins College, Winter Park, FL and in 2015 earned an Executive MBA from the Goizueta Business School at Emory University in Atlanta. Dagmar is also a "Leader in Residence" at Emory Goizueta School of Business and a member of Executive Women of Goizueta. In addition, she is a member of Ribbons of Hope, an Atlanta-based charity for women.
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