NewsFor The First Time, Xbox Has a Black Woman President

For The First Time, Xbox Has a Black Woman President


Sarah Bond, a former Corporate Vice President of the brand, is now the President of Xbox, making history for Microsoft and the gaming industry. A graduate of Yale and Harvard Business School, she has also held senior roles at T-Mobile.

Xbox, a division of Microsoft, generates about $16 billion every year in annual revenue, and Sarah has been pivotal in helping the company become and remain successful. In her former role as Vice President, she led the Xbox division dedicated to building and commercializing products and services for game creators and partners. She worked with thousands of developers and partners to bring games to players on console, PC, mobile, and the cloud and was instrumental in directing strategy, policy, mergers & acquisitions, and integration.

Sarah currently sits on the Board of Councilors at the USC School of Cinematic Arts and the Board of Directors at the Entertainment Software Association (ESA), Zuora, the leading subscription management platform, and CHEGG, a leading student-first connected learning platform.

Prior to joining Microsoft, Sarah held senior roles at T-Mobile, including leading the Corporate Strategy and Development team, responsible for cross-functional strategic initiatives, major investments, partnerships, mergers, and acquisitions, and was a member of the team that led T-Mobile’s turnaround. She started her career at McKinsey, where she was an Associate Partner in the Seattle office. Sarah holds a BA in Economics from Yale University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Sarah has dedicated her career to transforming cultures, rearchitecting organizations, accelerating businesses, and, most importantly, empowering others to do the same.

Be sure to follow her on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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Source: Black Enterprise

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