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Streamline Studios Promotes Two Female Leaders To Support Global Expansion & Operations
Streamline Studios, a global video game and Metaverse development company, has announced two new senior leadership promotions for their internal team. Yea-Ji Oh now serves as the company’s Division Director, and Lalitha Krishnan the Director of Studio Operations.
As Division Director, Oh will oversee global strategic initiatives for growth and expansion. In her seven years at Streamline Studios, Oh progressed from a Project Manager across game dev disciplines to the General Manager of an 80+ team of 3D Artists, Localization, and QA (Quality Assurance) Developers, to build an impressive credit list including MultiVersus, Little Nightmares II, and Street Fighter V. In this new role, Oh will use this knowledge and expertise in game dev management, building professional teams, and executive leadership to oversee and guide production process and talent acquisition at Streamline’s newest studio in Bogota, Colombia.
Yea-Ji Oh, Divisions Director for Streamline Studios, said:
“The games industry is full of passionate, diverse, and resilient people. That’s what attracted me to this industry. Now I can build teams and business infrastructure that offer technical creators around the world sustainable career paths and economic stability.”
Krishnan, Director of Studio Operations for Streamline Studios Malaysia, brings her seven years of leading international HR and Operations to work side-by-side with recently announced?Managing Director, Richard Cheah, to run the company’s production headquarters in Kuala Lumpur with over 244 employees. She will be jointly responsible for strategic planning, and scaling business operations.
Lalitha Krishnan, Director of Studio Operations, Streamline Studios Malaysia, said:
“I get great satisfaction from seeing others succeed where they believed there was no opportunity. Every day, I learn from my peers. I am challenged, and I’m faced with opportunities to thrive. In my new role, I can directly shape that journey and path to success for the next generation of Streamline leaders.”
Streamline Studios and its leadership team have consistently advocated for and served as active allies to women, people of colour, and diversity in games. Streamline CEO and Co-Founder, Alexander Fernandez, is the Allyship Committee Chair for Women In Games International, and the company supports events and initiatives like HITEC, Latino Leaders, Code Maven, and Women Who Code.
Alexander Fernandez, CEO and Co-Founder of Streamline Studios, said:
“Streamline will always be committed to reflecting the world as it is with the internal growth and career progression of our teams. As we expand globally, we need skilled, confident, and ambitious people leading from the front. Yea-Ji and Lalitha reflect the very best of Streamline and our belief that great games are made with diversity.”
Streamline continues to underscore its commitment to supporting the growing demands of global game development by actively recruiting emerging talent within the gaming and tech industries. Streamline is hiring on-site and remote teams across its Colombia, Malaysia, USA, and Japan offices. For more information about job opportunities, visit Streamline Studios Careers.
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