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Sandra Swindle

Global Chief Operating Officer
Sandra Swindle

Sandra Swindle is the Global Chief Operating Officer for Merkle. As a member of the global executive leadership team Sandra is responsible for ensuring the effective execution of our business strategy. She implements required plans, metrics, and targets and supports the achievement of business results. A passionate leader focused on operational excellence, Sandra drives continuous improvement of our integrated business processes and expansion of our global delivery network. As a change agent, she will work across business leaders accelerating the dentsu transformation agenda.

Sandra joined Merkle in 2011. With deep roots in data, technology, and digital solutions, she held several leadership roles over some of our largest practice areas including data management and digital messaging. In those roles, she was responsible for client delivery across hundreds of our top clients managing a globally diverse and scaled team of over 1000 technology professionals. Most recently Sandra was the Global Delivery and Solutions Lead for Merkle.

Prior to joining Merkle, Sandra worked with Acxiom. Starting her career as a developer and enterprise solutions architect, she quickly expanded into a variety of leadership roles in technology and account management. Prior to her departure she was the client executive for one of Acxiom’s top five accounts.

Sandra has a BBA cum laude from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and was awarded Outstanding Graduate in CIS. 

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