Games Global Board Member

Sheila Bangalore is an executive with global business experience spanning public and private multinational technology (B2B/C), and specialty materials businesses over 20 years. Presently, Ms. Bangalore serves as a non-executive director for McLaren Technology Acquisition Corp (Nasdaq: MLAIU), a special purpose acquisition company focused on the technology sector; a non-executive director for Games Global Limited, a private global gaming company, where she chairs the Risk & Compliance Committee and sits on the Nominations and Audit Committees; a non-executive director for The Knak, a private EdTech company delivering innovative content to change the way K-12 students are educated; and as a Venture Partner at Springtide Ventures, a venture capital firm focused on investment in cutting-edge healthcare technology businesses. Previously, Ms. Bangalore served as Chief Strategy Officer, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of MP Materials (NYSE: MP), a regulated specialty materials company she helped take public in 2020. MP’s IPO raised $545 million in capital, with a $200 million private investment in public equity. At MP, Ms. Bangalore promoted ESG and optimization strategies while overseeing legal, compliance and corporate governance on behalf of the company. Prior to MP, spent close to 15 years in senior legal and business roles to grow the mobile footprint at, a wholly owned subsidiary of Amazon, and to support scaling gaming technology businesses at Aristocrat Technologies, a global gaming technology company and wholly-owned subsidiary of Aristocrat Leisure Limited (ASX: ALL), and Bally Technologies, a global gaming technology company and wholly-owned subsidiary of Light and Wonder (NASDAQ: LNW). She began her career practicing corporate law at Bilzin Sumberg, LLP. Across technology, Ms. Bangalore is regularly spotlighted for her professional and community impact, including by Global Gaming Business Magazine as an Emerging Leader of Gaming in 2016; by Global Gaming Women through a Pay It Forward award for her contributions towards the promotion, development and education of women in gaming technology in 2017; and a Top-10 30-Somethings award by the Association of Corporate Counsel, a 45,000-member worldwide in-house counsel organization, for her work on a global DE&I mentorship program in 2018. Ms. Bangalore received her MBA in Finance from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania; her Juris Doctorate from the Washington University School of Law in St. Louis; and her Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Tufts University.