Chief Customer Officer
Dagmar Boggs is an executive at The Coca-Cola Company with a diverse leadership background encompassing general management, P&L responsibility, operations, customer management, channel acumen, franchise leadership, and people development.
In her role as Chief Customer Officer, she is accountable for driving growth and leading value-based partnerships with the largest National Retail, Foodservice and On-Premise customers in North America, which represents a $6 Billion business within Coca-Cola’s NA Operating Unit.
In her former role as President, South Operations, Dagmar had P&L responsibility for driving growth in a $4 Billion business, which encompassed all Coca-Cola beverage categories delivered via all routes to markets (Bottler Delivered, Foodservice, On-Premise, Digital and Warehouse) within an expanded Southeast region. Channels included grocery, mass,
value, foodservice, on-premise and convenience.
Dagmar’s prior roles also include Chief Retail Sales & Bottler Operations Officer, where she led the growth strategy for the Company’s 67 bottlers and largest National and Global Retail Customers in the continental U.S. for all brand categories within multiple channels.
In her 26-year tenure with The Coca-Cola Company, Dagmar has worked in a number of key leadership positions across North America including Global and National Customers in Retail and Foodservice, Franchise Leadership, and Operations. Earlier roles include President of Global 7-Eleven, Vice President of Global Burger King, Vice President, and Global Customer Strategic Capabilities.
Dagmar is a board member of Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA), Food Marketing Institute (FMI), 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 earned an Executive MBA from the Goizueta Business School at Emory University in Atlanta. In addition, she is a member of Ribbons of Hope, an Atlanta-based charity for women.