Chaly Jo Moyen will join Conagra Brands as chief strategy officer and president, foodservice and international, a new role for the company.
Mostly recently senior VP of strategy, decision science and insights for Coca-Cola North America, Moyen previously led enterprise business strategy development and the advancement of data and analytics across all North American business units at Coca-Cola. She spent 15 years with the beverage company, holding such roles as VP, business development for U.S. operations, VP, business development for North America still brands and VP, global marketing and innovation in the foodservice division.
Prior Coca-Cola, she worked brand management for the Procter & Gamble in Europe.
The Conagra appointment, effective April 12, will place Moyen in a key role to develop and execute on the No. 66 consumer goods company’s strategic initiatives for its international business segment and foodservice division.
Sean Connolly, Conagra Brands president and CEO, cited her experience in strategy development, brand marketing and customer leadership as the ideal person to help the company integrate data-driven solutions throughout operations. "Her addition to our team will strengthen our efforts to deliver a modern brand-building approach and accelerate innovation across our portfolio."
"I'm very pleased to be joining Conagra Brands, one of the most dynamic and innovative companies in the food industry," said Moyen. "I am eager to bring my understanding of consumer and customer experience, data and technology to the new role to build upon Conagra's success and drive sustainable growth."
Chicago-based Conagara, once cited as one of the most essential companies by consumers during the pandemic, includes such brands as Birds Eye, Duncan Hines, Healthy Choice and Boomchikapop in its portfolio.