Cresa, the world’s largest occupier-centric commercial real estate firm, has announced the addition of Angela Roseboro to its Board of Directors. Angela brings to Cresa her experience guiding organizations to embrace new talent management strategies to achieve bold goals. She is a recognized leader in the fields of human resources and diversity and inclusion (D&I). Angela will help shape Cresa’s journey to become an employer of choice, more inclusive for diverse talent, and to support and celebrate the diverse voices of employees.
In her current role as Chief Diversity Officer for Riot Games, publisher of the most-played PC game in the world League of Legends, Roseboro develops and leads diversity, equity, inclusion and cultural transformation efforts across Riot. As a critical member of the leadership team, she acts as a strategic advisor guiding the team with both internal and external insights as it relates to culture, diversity and inclusion initiatives.
“We are thrilled to welcome Angela onto the Board of Directors and have her join the Cresa family,” said Cresa CEO Tod Lickerman. “She is a fantastic leader who understands professional services companies and what it takes to attract and inspire talent. Angela will energize our focus on building a diverse and inclusive future for the company.”
Roseboro brings over twenty years of human resource experience, holding positions leading diversity and inclusion, talent management, and leadership development for companies in the technology, financial services, asset management, government, entertainment, and manufacturing industries. She has received numerous awards and recognitions for her work including Black Enterprise’s 150 Diversity Executive, The Network Journal’s 25 Influential Black Women in Business, and 50 Out Front for Women’s Leadership, Diversity and Inclusion. She has also been featured in the Chicago Tribune, The Diversity Journal, and The Commercial Real Estate Women’s Network.
“I am excited to be joining Cresa’s Board of Directors and to guide their journey to create a talent strategy that best supports their goals of aggressive growth and being an industry leader in attracting, developing and retaining diverse talent,” said Angela Roseboro, Chief Diversity Officer, Riot Games. “I look forward to bringing my experience to influence change at Cresa and for the real estate industry at large.”