Date: 15.09.2023

by Mateusz Mazur

Last update: 15.09.2023 13:38

Aristocrat Appoints Superna Kalle as Chief Strategy & Content Officer

Aristocrat has made a significant addition to its leadership team with the appointment of Superna Kalle as the Chief Strategy & Content Officer.

Aristocrat Appoints Superna Kalle as Chief Strategy & Content Officer iGamingExpress

Reporting directly to Aristocrat’s CEO & Managing Director, Trevor Croker, Kalle will officially join the company on October 9, 2023.

Impressive Career Background

Superna Kalle brings a wealth of experience to her new role. She spent 16 successful years at Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE), where she held various leadership positions in corporate development. Her journey at SPE included expanding the television networks businesses in India, Japan, and across Asia.

She also led the company’s networks in the United States. More recently, Kalle served as the President of Starz International, where she oversaw the expansion of the premium streaming company into more than 60 countries. Her academic qualifications include a Bachelor of Arts degree from Barnard College, Columbia University, and an MBA from the NYU Stern School of Business.

Strategic Importance

Trevor Croker, CEO & Managing Director of Aristocrat, expressed his delight at Kalle’s appointment, stating “Superna is a global digital media executive with more than 20 years of experience driving transformational growth, both as an operational and strategy leader. Superna has a track record of maximising the strategic value of content across a range of consumer media verticals. I look forward to her contribution and congratulate her warmly on her appointment”

In conclusion, Superna Kalle’s appointment as Chief Strategy & Content Officer at Aristocrat is a testament to the company’s commitment to strategic growth and innovation. Her impressive track record and global experience are expected to contribute significantly to Aristocrat’s future success in leveraging its industry-leading intellectual property across its operations.