Aristocrat names Superna Kalle Chief Strategy and Content Officer

September 18, 2023

She will step into her new position next month.

Aristocrat has named Superna Kalle as the company’s new Chief Strategy and Content Officer. She will report to the company CEO and Managing Director in her new role.

Kalle will officially join the company October 9.

She has held several leadership roles with various companies during her lengthy career. Kalle worked for 16 years at Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) and held leadership titles in corporate development. During her time with SPE, Kalle helped oversee the company’s US networks.

Kalle also served as Starz International’s President and was instrumental in the brand’s expansion to more than 60 countries.

She earned a Bachelor of Arts from Bachelor of Arts from Barnard College, Columbia University and holds an MBA from the NYU Stern School of Business. 

Aristocrat CEO & Managing Director Trevor Croker took a moment to welcome Kalle to the team.

He said “I am delighted to welcome a global executive of Superna Kalle’s caliber to Aristocrat, and to our leadership team. 

“Superna will play a pivotal role in driving our Group growth strategy and leveraging Aristocrat’s industry-leading intellectual property across our operations as a key part of this effort.”

Croker went on to discuss Kalle’s knowledge and expertise in more detail.

He concluded by saying, “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 maximizing 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.”


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