Angela Roseboro
Angela Roseboro
Chief Diversity Officer
For more than 30 years, Angela Roseboro has been a recognized leader in building human capital strategies. She has held positions leading diversity and inclusion, talent management, and leadership development, implementing impactful strategies that achieve sustainable results for Fortune 500 and mid-stage technology companies across multiple industries, including manufacturing, financial services, commercial real estate, entertainment, and gaming.
Ms. Roseboro is known for successfully navigating companies through challenges with her forward-thinking and pragmatic approach to problem-solving. In her most recent role as Chief Diversity Officer at Riot Games, she led Riot’s diversity and inclusion (D&I) team and efforts across the organization, ensuring that D&I was tightly integrated in Riot’s broader strategy to identify, recruit, develop, and retain the best talent to make incredible experiences for players. She continues to provide support and guidance to Riot’s leadership team as an advisor and champion of this work.
Ms. Roseboro has received numerous honors for her leadership and DEI work, being named Black Enterprise’s 150 Top D&I Executives, Los Angeles Business Journal’s Diversity Executive of the Year, Savoy Magazine’s Most Influential Black Corporate Executives, Move Magazine’s Power Women, and Diversity Global’s 100 Leaders in Diversity. She has also been featured in Forbes, The Chicago Tribune, Fortune, and The Wall Street Journal.
She is currently a board member for Cresa, an international commercial real estate firm, and on the advisory board for the Black Collegiate Gaming Association and the National Heart Association. She previously served on the Teach for America Advisory Board and the Diversity MBA Advisory Board. She earned a bachelor’s degree in human resource management from Roosevelt University.
A native Chicagoan, Ms. Roseboro currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband and their two daughters.