EA Executives

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    Andrew Wilson

    Chief Executive Officer

    Andrew Wilson was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Electronic Arts in September 2013. 

    Mr. Wilson has held several strategic positions since joining EA in 2000, providing leadership on product and brand development for both packaged goods and digital services.  Most recently, Mr. Wilson served as Executive Vice President of EA SPORTS and Origin, EA’s consumer platform for downloading digital games.

    Prior to his position leading EA SPORTS, Mr. Wilson directed worldwide development across the EA SPORTS portfolio of franchises.  He also led EA’s Online Organization overseeing the direct-to-consumer business, Asia Online Publishing as well as the EA studio in Seoul, Korea. Mr. Wilson also previously served as Vice President and Executive Producer of the EA SPORTS FIFA Soccer Division. He was responsible for the strategic, creative and business direction of all EA SPORTS soccer games, including FIFA, FIFA World Cup, Euro, FIFA Manager and FIFA Street.

    A native of Geelong, Victoria, Australia, Mr. Wilson has worked for EA in all aspects of the business including Business Development, Licensing, Marketing and Production. Before joining EA, Mr. Wilson worked for a consortium of online companies that specialized primarily in the creation of content and services in sports and entertainment media.

    A life-long sports fan, Mr. Wilson spends his spare time surfing, training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and competing in triathlons. 

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    Lucy Bradshaw

    Senior Vice President, Maxis

    Lucy Bradshaw serves as Senior Vice President of Maxis where she oversees the development of all titles created by the Maxis Studios, including The Sims and SimCity. She is also leading the charge to expand the reach of EA titles by exploring new experiences for players around the world.

    Ms. Bradshaw joined Maxis in 1997 and in her time with the company has managed the development of popular franchises including SimCity, Spore, The Sims 2, SimCity 4, SimCity 3000 and The Sims.  She is currently overseeing the development of The Sims 4 as well as other unannounced titles.

    Prior to her current role, Ms. Bradshaw worked at LucasArts, where she oversaw studio development of titles including Rebel Assault, Secret of Monkey Island 2, Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis and The Dig.  Ms. Bradshaw also held positions at Activision before joining Maxis.

    A video game industry veteran and honored as one of the “Most Influential Women in Technology” by Fast Company magazine in 2008, Ms. Bradshaw is known and admired throughout the industry for her passion and dedication.  She resides in Berkeley, California with her two teenage daughters.

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    Ken Moss

    Chief Technology Officer

    Ken Moss is the Chief Technology Officer of Electronic Arts leading the strategy and vision for EA’s Digital Platform and Information Technology organizations. In this role, Mr. Moss oversees Commerce, Identity & Fraud, Security, Data, Scalable End-to-End Systems Testing, Games Services, Infrastructure and Mobile Platform to ensure the most seamless experience for players. He also drives technology and security initiatives for EA employees around the globe.

    Prior to joining EA in 2014, Mr. Moss led the global Marketplace Technology, Science and Data organization at eBay where he ran the end-to-end services platform that powers eBay across all devices around the world. Before his time at eBay, he co-founded the startup CrowdEye, where he built real-time social search and insights technology. Additionally, he spent 20 years at Microsoft he founded and led the engineering and product teams on Search as well as roles with MSN and Microsoft Excel.

    Mr. Moss graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Molecular Biology from Princeton University. He is a passionate gamer who enjoys spending time with his wife, Becca, and their three children. 

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    Frank Gibeau

    Executive Vice President, EA Mobile

    Frank Gibeau is the executive vice president of EA Mobile, where he leads EA’s strategy, development and publishing for the fast-growing mobile games platforms.  Mr. Gibeau manages EA’s portfolio of popular mobile franchises for iOS, Android and other platforms, including The Simpsons: Tapped Out, Plants vs. Zombies, Real Racing, Bejeweled and The Sims.  He also oversees development of new mobile IP, as well as the Chillingo publishing operation for independent mobile developers.

    Mr. Gibeau’s previous role was president of EA Labels, where he oversaw IP development, worldwide product management and marketing for major console and PC properties including Battlefield, FIFA, Madden NFL, Need for Speed, SimCity, Star Wars: The Old Republic, The Sims and more. Prior to that role, Mr. Gibeau served a four-year tenure as president of the EA Games Label. During that period, Mr. Gibeau led a turn-around that greatly increased product quality and on time delivery while dramatically driving down costs. In over 20 years with EA, Mr. Gibeau has held various additional roles across the company’s product marketing and publishing teams.

    Mr. Gibeau sits on the Board of Directors of Cooliris, an internet technology company that develops award-winning browser and advertising technology. He is also a two time winner of The Sports Business Journal’s “Forty under Forty” Sports Executives (2006 & 2007) and one of Advertising Age’s 2004 Entertainment Marketers of the Year.

    Mr. Gibeau received a B.S. degree from the University of Southern California and a M.B.A. from Santa Clara University. He lives in Atherton, Calif. with his wife, Solveig and their three children.

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    Blake Jorgensen

    Chief Financial Officer

    Blake Jorgensen is Chief Financial Officer of Electronic Arts, the world’s leading developer and publisher of interactive entertainment. Mr. Jorgensen joined EA in September 2012 with over 20 years of experience in finance spanning across different industries, with a deep understanding of technology, consumer products, online commerce and entertainment.

    Prior to joining EA, Mr. Jorgensen served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Levi Strauss & Co.  Previously, Mr. Jorgensen was Chief Financial Officer of Yahoo! Inc., from June 2007 to June 2009. Before joining Yahoo! Inc., Mr. Jorgensen was the Chief Operating Officer and Co-Director of Investment Banking at Thomas Weisel Partners, which he co-founded in 1998. He has also held financial and operational positions at Montgomery Securities, MAC Group/Gemini Consulting and Marakon Associates.

    Mr. Jorgensen holds a degree in Economics from Stanford and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.  He and his wife Debbie live in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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    Joel Linzner

    Executive Vice President, Business and Legal Affairs

    Joel Linzner has served as Senior Vice President of Legal and Business Affairs since April 2004. From October 2002 to April 2004, Mr. Linzner held the position of Senior Vice President of Worldwide Business Affairs and from July 1999 to October 2002, he held the position of Vice President of Worldwide Business Affairs. Prior to joining Electronic Arts in July 1999, Mr. Linzner served as outside litigation counsel to Electronic Arts and several others in the videogame industry. Mr. Linzner earned his J.D. from Boalt Hall at the University of California, Berkeley, after graduating from Brandeis University. He is a member of the Bar of the State of California and is admitted to practice in the United States Supreme Court, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and several United States District Courts.

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    Peter Moore

    Chief Operating Officer

    Peter Moore is Chief Operating Officer of Electronic Arts, providing strategic leadership for all global operations that enable EA to bring products to market via retail and digital direct-to-consumer channels, including publishing, sales, media, central development and channel management. Mr. Moore also oversees EA's global marketing organization consisting of product marketing, acquisition and digital marketing, global advertising and marketing analytics, all of which ensure EA's games reach and connect with consumer audiences worldwide.

    Mr. Moore has more than 30 years of experience in gaming, entertainment and consumer products. From September 2007 to August 2011, he held the position of President of EA SPORTS, leading one of the most recognized brands in sports and entertainment. During his tenure, EA SPORTS delivered some of the top-selling sports video games of the current console generation from franchises including FIFA, Madden NFL, NCAA Football and NHL. Mr. Moore’s leadership was also instrumental in the expansion of digital game experiences from EA SPORTS, extending console games through downloadable content as well as bringing EA SPORTS franchises to new gaming platforms including social media and mobile devices.

    Prior to joining EA, Mr. Moore was Corporate Vice President of the Interactive Entertainment Business of Microsoft Corp., where he was responsible for leading both the Xbox® and Games for Windows® businesses, driving games development at Microsoft® Game Studios, as well as cultivating relationships with third-party game publishers and developers around the world. Before joining Microsoft, Mr. Moore was President and COO of SEGA of America, where he was responsible for overseeing SEGA’s videogame business in North America. Prior to his role at SEGA, Mr. Moore was Senior Vice President of marketing at Reebok International Ltd.

    Mr. Moore holds a bachelor’s degree from Keele University, United Kingdom, and a master’s degree from California State University, Long Beach.

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    Patrick Söderlund

    Executive Vice President, EA Studios

    Patrick Söderlund is the executive vice president of EA Studios where he is responsible for console and PC development for some of the most popular games in the industry, including Battlefield, Need for Speed, the EA SPORTS portfolio, Dead Space and Dragon Age.  Mr. Söderlund leads EA development teams from studio locations around the globe including Redwood Shores (California), Stockholm (Sweden), Burnaby (British Columbia), Orlando (Florida), Austin (Texas), Gothenburg (Sweden), Edmonton (Alberta), Guildford (U.K.), Montreal (Quebec) and more.  He also oversees relationships with EA Partners development studios, including Respawn Entertainment.

    Prior to his current role, Mr. Soderlund served as the executive vice president of the EA Games Label, where he oversaw operations for all EA Games studios including DICE, Criterion, BioWare and Visceral.  Prior to that role, he oversaw EA Games Europe. He is a founder of DICE, where he grew the studio from a small team to one of the most successful game developers in the world. The studio was sold to EA in October of 2006.

    Mr. Söderlund lives with his wife, two daughters and dog just outside Stockholm.  He previously has played for Sweden’s national volleyball team, and he enjoys racing cars.

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    Gabrielle Toledano

    Executive Vice President and Chief Talent Officer

    Gabrielle Toledano, Executive Vice President and Chief Talent Officer, Electronic Arts is responsible for EA's global staffing and resourcing, benefits and compensation, organization and leadership capability development, rewards and recognition, Facilities and Corporate Social Responsibility.

    Prior to joining EA, Ms. Toledano served as Chief Human Resources Officer for Siebel Systems. Prior to that, she served in human resources positions for six years with Microsoft Corporation and several years with Oracle Corporation. Her portfolio has included a wide range of HR assignments including international work, most notably in Latin America. Gabrielle is bilingual and received her bachelor and master degrees from Stanford University, followed by a Rotary Scholarship assignment in Santiago, Chile.

    Gabrielle is on the Board of Directors of Big City Mountaineers, a non-profit focused on mentoring and outdoor experiences for disadvantaged kids.

  • Jacob Schatz

    Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary

    Jake Schatz was appointed to Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary in June 2014, after previously serving as EA’s Vice President and Deputy General Counsel.  Prior to joining EA in 1999, Mr. Schatz was a commercial litigator at national law firms.  Mr. Schatz earned his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, and received his B.A. in Government from Pomona College.  Mr. Schatz is a member of the Bar of the State of California and is admitted to practice in the United States Supreme Court, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and several United States District Courts.

    Mr. Schatz lives in San Francisco with his wife and two children.  He is on the Board of the environmental non-profit Ten Strands and on the California Advisory Board of The Trust for Public Land.

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    Ken Barker

    Senior Vice President, Chief Accounting Officer

    Ken Barker joined Electronic Arts in June of 2003 as Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer. Prior to joining EA, he served as Vice President, Corporate Controller and Principal Accounting Officer at Sun Microsystems. Mr. Barker also served as an audit partner at Deloitte & Touche. He graduated with a degree in Accounting from University of Notre Dame.