As part of Garland’s new role, she will sit on the Scientific Games’ Executive Team, be head of talent acquisition retention and development, lead people strategy and oversee diversity, equity and inclusion, as well as employee-focused programs.
Garland brings 25 years of experience, working for US giants such as General Electric and Brambles, where she will now oversee over 3,000 employees.
Pat McHugh, CEO of Scientific Games, said: “Our people are our greatest asset in serving our customers. Mona is a dynamic leader with a passion for coaching and developing talent to evolve organisations.
"We look forward to the tremendous impact she and our Human Resources team will have on our current employees, as well as expanding and further diversifying our workforce for the continued growth of our global business.”
Most recently, Garland served as Chief Inclusion and Diversity Officer at a global building materials business, where she worked with the Executive Team.
In her new role, Lukas will lead Light & Wonder's global people strategy, as well as oversee the supplier's people functions across the entire organisation.
Barry Cottle, Light & Wonder CEO, said of the appointment: “It’s an exciting time for Light & Wonder, and we are thrilled to have Roxane join the company as we continue on our journey to becoming the leading cross-platform global game leader."