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Roxane Lukas joins Scopely as Chief People Officer

Talent strategy veteran will help guide company’s global expansion

Roxane Lukas recently joined Scopely as Chief People Officer to lead the our worldwide human resource functions. Roxane is responsible for all internal relations, culture, learning, employee rewards, talent development and people operations functions to help drive high performance as the business continues to scale.

Prior to Scopely, Roxane served as SVP and Head of People at TechStyle Fashion Group, whose brands include JustFab, Fabletics, Shoedazzle, Fabkids and Savage X Fenty. The company was recognized as a Great Place to Work® multiple times during her tenure while also scaling globally through more than 3x growth. Roxane also has in-depth experience in the gaming industry having served 8+ years at Electronic Arts (EA) as a global HR leader. In addition to running talent strategy for EA's social, mobile and online businesses, she led M&A integrations for more than 15 global acquisitions. Roxane has also worked at Levi Strauss in leadership development and she began her career at BeamPines, Inc., an assessment, executive coaching, and career management consulting firm.

“We continue to identify talented executives from diverse backgrounds who bring unique perspectives to our executive team and Roxane is no exception,” said Walter Driver, Chief Executive Officer at Scopely. “She’s a true leader who knows how to foster our most valuable assets as a business--our team. As we grow, Roxane will be key in helping us further establish Scopely as a life experience that our people benefit from and enjoy.”

Lukas added, "I firmly believe that businesses succeed because of the people within them, and my goal for Scopely is to continue to build a healthy, happy, and high performing environment that is a core lever to our strategic success. I highly value a two-way, authentic dialogue and strive to help others unlock their full potential and face the challenges that will help them achieve their goals.”