Megan Clarken is the Chief Executive Officer at Criteo, the global technology company powering the world’s marketers with trusted and impactful advertising. Having previously spent over 15 years at Nielsen, leading initiatives that allowed the 90+-year-old company to adapt and prevail in a time of change, Megan brings a transformative mindset to Criteo. These roles included Chief Commercial Officer of Nielsen Global Media, President of Watch, Nielsen’s Media Measurement services, and President of Product Leadership. Most notably, Megan was the chief architect of Nielsen’s Total Audience Strategy, which fundamentally changed the way the marketplace looks at content and ads across platforms and devices.
Dubbed “one of the most important figures in media” by Adweek, Megan has also been recognized in the 2020 HERoes 100 Women Executives List, 2019 National Organization of Women: Women of Power and Influence and the 2016 Multi-Channel News: Wonder Women, showcasing her ability to transform and maintain businesses, while also remaining a champion for underrepresented groups in media.
Originally from New Zealand, Megan has held senior leadership positions for large publishers and online technology providers in Australia, including Akamai Technologies and ninesmn.
Sarah Glickman is Criteo’s Chief Financial Officer. She has over 30 years of global finance and transformation experience. Most recently, Sarah was at XPO Logistics as their Acting Chief Financial Officer for 20 months and Senior Vice President, Corporate Finance and Transformation. Prior to XPO Logistics, Sarah held operational Chief Financial Officer roles at Novartis and Honeywell International as well as executive roles in shared services and operations, internal audit, transformation and controllership at Honeywell International and Bristol-Myers Squibb. Sarah started her career at PricewaterhouseCoopers. She is a U.S. CPA and a U.K. Fellow Chartered Accountant with a degree in economics from the University of York, England. Sarah has extensive global experience in strategic decision making, driving operational excellence and strong financial performance and leading transformative change, including M&A. She is passionate about fostering a culture of collaboration, inclusiveness and equality.
Diarmuid Gill is our Chief Technology Officer, having joined Criteo in 2014. He is in charge of managing Criteo’s R&D teams in Europe and the US, delivering on their mission of providing high performance AI powered advertising at scale. Hailing from Cavan in Ireland, he has an honours degree in Electronic Engineering (1994) and a First-class honours MBA (2014), both from Dublin City University. Previously he worked for General Electric, IONA Software, ICL Fujitsu and AOL.
Todd Parsons joined Criteo as Chief Product Officer in August 2020. He is responsible for product strategy and new product innovation to diversify and transform Criteo's platform offerings. For over a decade Todd has built marketing solutions at the intersection of consumer identity and data. Prior to Criteo, his team established OpenX as the first people-based programmatic marketplace. As CPO of SocialCode, Todd developed products to activate and measure first-party audiences across Facebook, Amazon, YouTube and other platforms. Earlier, Todd led Acxiom's Marketing Services business and founded two venture-backed startups; Aditive, acquired by Acxiom in 2014, and BuzzLogic, the first SaaS for social media measurement and analytics.
David Fox is Chief Commercial Officer and Chief Development Officer at Criteo. He’s responsible for overseeing the growth of our Marketing Solutions among agencies, brands, and channel partners, in addition to corporate development and strategic partnerships at Criteo. Prior to this, David spent 25 years working at Fortune 500 companies and start-ups and sits on several boards of directors and advisory boards. David has deep international and marketplace experience having lived abroad for several years for Akamai Technologies and also founding two successful technology platforms in the business aviation and supply chain industries, Stellar Labs and Agistix. David graduated from Denison University and holds an MBA from Santa Clara University. He has been a member of YPO since 2007.
Matthijs van Geldere is Criteo’s Chief Transformation Officer. His remit is to lead strategic change initiatives across Criteo and accelerate the company’s business transformation. Matthijs joined Criteo in 2016 and since then, has occupied various HR leadership positions, most recently serving as Vice President, People Services and Insights. With an HR career in technology businesses spanning over 20 years and having lived and worked in various countries around the world, Matthijs is passionate about driving business transformation and operational excellence in international environments.
Brendan McCarthy is Chief Marketing Officer at Criteo. He has nearly 20 years of strategic marketing and communications experience, having led several successful corporate reputation and brand strategy assignments for Fortune 500 companies. Before Criteo, Brendan was Head of Communications and Product Marketing for Nielsen Global Media. During his five years at Nielsen, he focused on transforming the company’s reputation from a legacy television ratings provider to a leading-edge data and technology company. Previously, Brendan led high-profile assignments for large corporate and technology clients at Edelman, the global public relations agency. He also held positions at cause marketing agencies in both Washington, D.C. and New York where he supported a range of political and public interest campaigns. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida, and holds a master’s degree in Global Affairs from New York University
As General Counsel, Ryan Damon oversees Criteo’s legal, data privacy and government relations functions. Ryan joined Criteo in 2018 to lead Criteo’s mission to shape the future of compliance and help drive business expansion. Prior to Criteo, Ryan served as SVP and General Counsel at Riverbed Technology, and also held senior legal roles at Charles Schwab and Gunderson Dettmer. He has a Juris Doctor from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law.
Denis Collin is Executive Vice President of People. Prior to joining the company in 2018, Denis occupied various roles in Business Development and Sales at Kiwee, Medialive and Vallent, acquired by IBM Software. In 2016 he co-founded the start-up Less which was sold to BlaBlaCar. Denis Collin is an Engineer and graduated from Ecole Supérieure d’Electricité (Supelec).
Geoffroy Martin is Executive Vice President and General Manager, Growth Portfolio at Criteo and is responsible for incubating, operating and growing adjacent businesses within the company. As part of this role, he oversees Criteo’s Retail Media Division, managing everything from sales to product development. Prior to joining Criteo, he was CEO of Art.com, where he oversaw a massive growth in revenue and customers across 150 countries. Geoffroy holds Master’s degrees in Electrical Engineering from both Ecole Centrale Paris and Politecnico di Torino.
Bringing almost 20 years of experience in technology commerce, go-to-market strategy and people leadership, Shruthi Chindalur is Criteo’s Executive Managing Director leading EMEA. She has worked with businesses of all sizes and industries in the EMEA region for over 10 years. She held EMEA roles in both Oracle and Linkedin prior to joining Criteo and holds a Master's degree in Information Systems and a Bachelors degree in Computer Science. She has also lived and worked in India, United States, Ireland and Spain. Her knowledge and experience brings diversity to Criteo’s vision of transformation both internally and externally.
Ken Pao oversees the Asia Pacific region. Prior to Criteo, Ken spent the last six years building up the APAC practice at Videology, an advanced TV and video advertising platform and had most recently served as Chief Revenue and Operations Officer there. He has spent the last 13 years building and growing numerous enterprises across the APAC region. Ken received his MBA from the Harvard Business School and a BA from UCLA.