Tesla's “Chief People Officer” appointed to gaming company Board of Directors – Teslarati

Posted on December 5, 2017

Tesla’s Chief People Officer Gabrielle Toledano has been appointed to the Board of Directors for Glu Mobile Inc. The San Francisco-based developer and publisher of leading pop culture-focused mobile games, like Taylor Swift’s The Swift Life and Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, issued a press release to announce the addition of Toledano to its board.

“Gaby has a proven track record attracting exceptional talent to support growth in scaled and pioneering public companies,” said Niccolo de Masi, Glu Executive Chairman. “Her experience in both gaming and technology will provide tremendous value to Glu and its Board of Directors and I look forward to her contributions.”

Toledano has an extensive background in leading Human Resources and workforce development strategies in the gaming industry. Prior to joining Tesla as Chief People Officer in May 2017: a role that reports directly to CEO Elon Musk, Toledano served on the Executive Team at Electronic Arts (EA) for 10 years. She also held HR leadership positions at both Microsoft and Oracle, said Tesla when announcing her hiring.

Toledano was brought on during a critical time for Tesla, as the company experienced unprecedented growth in business, and continued to increase its workforce to support Model 3 development.

Her experience in leading growth opportunities in staffing and people capability development lends itself well to Glu, which looks to expand its global team size. A look at Glu’s careers page reveals more than 60 open positions for roles ranging from game developer and tester, to product managers.

“Having witnessed her tremendous leadership capabilities first-hand during my time at EA, I am thrilled to welcome Gaby to Glu’s Board of Directors,” said Nick Earl, Glu’s President and CEO. “As Glu continues to move towards building

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