Dana Langham has over 25-years’ experience in building strategic partnerships with Fortune 500 Companies.
Dana is Chief of Global Corporate Partnerships at Save the Children. Since 2008, Dana has led teams in creating partnerships with US headquartered companies that drive transformational impact for vulnerable children and their families every day and in times of crisis. In addition, Dana has worked with partners to inspire product and service innovation for building healthier and more productive futures for children, catalyze convening and issue advocacy, and launch unique cause marketing campaigns. Dana has partnered with visionary leaders at Accenture, Chevron, Disney, Johnson & Johnson, Mondelēz, PepsiCo, P&G and Walmart. Under her leadership, the corporate team has doubled revenue to $75 million over the past three years.
Prior to joining Save the Children, Dana was a partner at Marketing Corporation of America, a marketing consultancy that worked on client engagements involving new business creation, branding, new product development and channel management. Dana also worked at Deloitte in the NYC management consulting practice and at Bank of America in international banking on Wall Street.
Dana received her B.A. in Economics from Tufts University and an M.B.A. in Finance from New York University.