Senior Enterprise Data Governance Manager
This session will include a moderated Q&A featuring questions from the live audience.
In 2005, Hamdi Ulukaya, an immigrant to the U.S., took out a loan, bought an old yogurt plant, and founded a yogurt company: Chobani. In Turkish, Chobani means “shepherd” to capture the hard-working and compassionate spirit of the mountain farmer.
Fast-forward to today, Chobani has expanded its portfolio to include oat milk, probiotic drinks, coffee creamers, and ready-to-drink coffee, while remaining true to its original mission of providing better food for more people. The company is celebrated for its innovation and growth and for being a values-driven, people-first, modern food company. Keeping up with that growth takes a lot of people, processes, technology, and data.
In this session, Katrina will take you through Chobani’s journey towards enterprise data governance and the quest to make data a true competitive asset to the company.
She will be sharing how the data governance program started, the challenges the team encountered, and how they overcame these challenges, and she will highlight some of the benefits that the program has delivered, so far, to the company.