Pariveda appoints Margaret Rogers as CEO

03 February 2023 2 min. read
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Pariveda, a Dallas-headquartered management and technology consulting firm, has appointed Margaret Rogers as chief executive officer.

Rogers, who most recently served as the company’s head of delivery excellence, will succeed Pariveda founder Bruce Ballengee in mid-2023.

Ballengee has led the company since its founding in 2003, growing it to more than 700 employees across 11 cities in North America. He will continue to serve on Pariveda’s board and will work closely with Rogers during the CEO transition period.

“We've been planning succession for a new CEO for several years and selected Margaret Rogers based on a variety of factors, including a strong vision for our firm, alignment with our mission and values, and the ability to enhance our culture,” said Ed Fiske, chair of Pariveda’s board.

Margaret Rogers, CEO, Pariveda

Rogers has more than 25 years of experience in digital consulting and customer experience, and has led numerous client projects in digital transformation, user research, new product design, and product builds.

She has been at Pariveda for the last eight years, previously serving as managing VP for delivery excellence and experience and head of the New York office. Prior to joining Pariveda, Rogers held leadership roles at several digital agencies, including senior director of engagement and digital strategy at Celerity, president at Digital Intel, and EVP at Q-Industries.

She began her career at Accenture, where she worked on content management systems engagements within the telecom sector.

Rogers has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and computer science from the University of Maryland.

“I am delighted our board selected Margaret as our new CEO, reinforcing our human-centric culture," Ballengee said. "I look forward to Margaret's people-first, human-centered leadership approach, keeping our mission and purpose at the center of all we do.”

Pariveda advises enterprise clients on corporate strategy, operations, M&A, people and change, digital strategy, cloud transformation, customer experience, and emerging technology.