StockX Names Damien Hooper-Campbell As First-Ever Chief Impact Officer
StockX has appointed Damien Hooper-Campbell as its first-ever chief impact officer and this is the first time the streetwear resale marketplace has brought diversity and inclusion strategy to the C-suite.
The newly created role comes as the streetwear resale marketplace expands its diversity, inclusion, and social impact efforts.
A significant component of his work will reportedly include managing how the company thinks about sourcing and hiring and how StockX approaches community partnerships and investments.
Hooper-Campbell has over 20 years of experience leading culture, community, and social impact, primarily at companies such as Zoom and eBay.
Hooper-Campbell also served as global diversity and inclusion lead at Uber and diversity strategist at Google.
“StockX aims to empower everyone to connect to culture through their passions and I look forward to employing that ethos — one rooted in access and inclusivity — in our work through this new and ever-important role,” said Hooper-Campbell in a statement to Vogue.
“Not only is this an opportunity for us to build on an already strong foundation across core areas like social impact and DEI, but as a longtime sneaker collector and an avid user of the platform since 2016, I look forward to applying that lens to drive impact for the business and for the broader StockX community,” he added.