VP of IT , Cache Creek Casino Resort
Member of the Gaming & Leisure Board
Information Technology professional with over 30 years of experience. I have ventured into entrepreneurial and corporate endeavors that have allowed me to experience many facets of the business world. I have held positions of authority in fortune 500 companies as well as upstart high tech companies.I became involved with the gaming industry in 2005 after a very distinguished career in the private sector working for the world’s number one credit card processing company and providing technology innovations that transcended their global operations.I have proven to be a resourceful and solutions driven individual that combines the technical aptitude and the management acumen which elicit an overall confidence from stakeholders and business partners.I am currently the Vice President of Information Technology and a member of the executive team at Cache Creek Casino Resort, which is owned and operated by the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation. The property is a 415,000 square foot facility that includes a well-appointed casino, luxury hotel, entertainment venue, restaurants, golf course and many other highly desirable amenities that you would expect from a full-service resort.
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