Incoming executives shaping procurement strategy

Procurement Magazine highlights some of the newly appointed executives shaping procurement technology and strategy
Leagh Turner

1. Leagh Turner 

Job From:  CO-CEO Ceridan 

Job To: CEO Coupa 

“I’m honored to lead this company, and to evolve and scale how we deliver real value to our community that helps them grow and succeed.”

Coupa have announced Leagh Turner as their new CEO.   She brings more than 20 years experience in technology and proven success in leading performance, innovation, and growth. Turner also joins Coupa’s Board of Directors.

She most recently served as co-CEO at Ceridian, a global leader in human capital management technology, and has held senior leadership roles at SAP and Oracle. She’s been recognized by the Women’s Executive Network as one of Canada’s 100 Most Powerful Women. In her time at Ceridian, Turner helped to double the company’s revenue and significantly expand its global customer base.

William Mertz

2. William Mertz

Job From: President, Enterprise Supply Chain, CACI

Job To: Senior Vice President and Chief Procurement Officer, Peraton

Peraton has announced the appointment of William "Bill" Mertz as senior vice president and chief procurement officer.   Mertz will have executive responsibility for all aspects of the company's procurement organization, including business systems compliance, strategic sourcing, positive cash flow management, and subcontractor management. He will also oversee the execution of Peraton's procurement strategy that is designed to drive better efficiencies and reduce complexity for the company, its partners, and its customers.

Quentin Roach

3. Quentin Roach

Job From:  Senior Vice President, Global Supply Chain & Chief Procurement Officer, Mondelēz International

Job To: Senior Vice President and Chief Procurement Officer, Estée Lauder Companies

The beauty giant has named Quentin Roach as Senior Vice President and Chief Procurement Officer. He will join the company’s Global Supply Chain Leadership Team from Mondelez International. Previously, Quentin held supply chain and procurement leadership roles at Merck & Co., Bristol Myers Squibb, Bausch + Lomb, and General Motors.

Bonnie Mitchell

4. Bonnie Mitchell 

Job From: Form3

Job To: Chief Financial Officer, Proactis 

Source-to-Pay software solution provider Proactis has announced the appointment of Bonnie Mitchell as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to its experienced leadership team.

Bonnie joins Proactis from Form3 and will sit on the board of directors, bringing over 15 years of experience across finance within practice and industry, consumer brands and technology companies to drive Proactis’ financial growth and success in the coming years.

Andrew Spencer

5. Andrew Spencer

Job From: Skanska 

Job To: Supply chain and procurement director,  Galliford Try 

Construction firm Galliford Try has named Andrew Spencer to the new role of supply chain and procurement director. 

Spencer joins from Skanska, and has more than 25 years of experience in the sector.

He will become the functional head of supply chain and procurement professionals across the business.

Kimberly Green Reynolds

6. Kimberly Green Reynolds

Job From: Sr. Director, Ingredients and Commodity Risk Management for Coca-Cola Bottlers’ Sales & Services Company Procurement

Job To: Chief Procurement Officer, Coca-Cola Bottlers’ Sales & Services Company

Coca-Cola Bottlers’ Sales & Services Company has named Kimberly Green Reynolds as the company’s Chief Procurement Officer reporting to Brandi Shortt, CCBSS President and CEO. Kimberly will have further accountability to the Bottler Procurement Advisory Committee and the CCBSS Board of Directors.

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