Brian Charette


VP of IT , Foxwoods

Member of the Gaming & Leisure Board

Brian Charette is Vice President of Information Technology for Foxwoods Resort Casino and the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation. Brian is responsible for the Strategic Planning, Technology Infrastructure, Project Management, Application Development, Support, and Operations of Foxwoods’ technology portfolio as well as other business interests of MPTN.Brian began his career in 1990 with KPMG providing software consulting services to the Department of Defense on large-scale system development projects. Brian first joined Foxwoods in June of 1994 as an MIS User Liaison. In 1996 Brian left the company for 8 months to help found End 2 End, a technology company pioneering the next generation of in-room interactive entertainment systems. Brian rejoined Foxwoods in 1997 and has held numerous technology positions during his tenure. He was named Director of Gaming Systems in 1998 and Executive Director of Resort Systems in 2002. In 2006, Brian was named Vice President of Information Technology.Brian is currently an advisory board member of Gaming & Leisure Magazine. He has previously served on the Board of Directors for the Connecticut Technology Council, United Way of S.E. CT, and Connecticut Adoption and Family Services.Brian holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Southern Connecticut State University.

“The G&L Community continues to be a great source of information sharing and collaboration. The G&L Roundtable sets the stage for relationship building, idea generation, and open dialog; however, it’s not just limited to a once a year event. The friendships built amongst the industry’s top talents extend throughout the year. I’m thankful to my colleagues who are always open to sharing ideas. In addition, Gaming & Leisure continues to be the best publication our industry has to offer. Its award-winning design coupled with insightful and relevant content make it the must-read magazine that crosses my desk. Congratulations to G&L for many fabulous years covering the gaming and hospitality industries.”