Chief People Officer
Meg Langan is the Chief People Officer at Turbonomic, the leader in Application Resource Management. She is responsible for the strategic direction, development, and execution of Turbonomic’s global people strategy. In this role, Meg drives global talent acquisition and management, people operations and systems, employee engagement and development, as well as Turbonomic’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion efforts – in alignment with the company’s business strategy and accelerating growth. She is focused on enabling 500+ employees to drive Turbonomic’s mission, ensure a culture that attracts the world’s most talented and passionate people who are committed to customer success, and nurture the company to continue being a Best Place to Work (recognized by Inc. in 2018 and 2019, and Fast Company in 2020).
Meg developed an interest in developing managers and passion for diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives through a career in investment banking and consulting. Most recently, she served as Chief of Staff to the President of Cowen, a middle market full-service investment bank, where she led an acquisition and integration effort on behalf of the investment banking division and drove a new approach to hiring which focused on improved diversity at all levels. Prior to joining Cowen, Meg served as VP, Corporate Development at The Medicines Company, an innovative biotech company, ran the strategic planning process and was the point person for two divestitures, the shuttering of a business line, and a 300 person reduction in staff aimed at providing cash to fund product development. Prior to The Medicines Company, Meg spent her career in investment banking both as a banker and in strategic roles.
Meg received his MBA from Harvard Business School and BA in Political Science summa cum laude from Boston College.