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Parallel and Plenary Session Speakers

Alfredo Mónaco CPA

President of the Argentine Association of State Lotteries, Gaming and Casinos, ALEA (Asociación de Loterías, Quinielas y Casinos Estatales de Argentina) and the Institute of Gaming of the Province of Neuquén, IJAN

Since May 2016 the current President of the Institute of Gaming of the Province of Neuquén, Alfredo Mónaco CPA, has also been President of the Argentine Association of State Lotteries.

Alfredo Mónaco has extensive jurisdictional and federal experience in the management of agencies charged with regulating gaming. From 1975 to 2007 he was Director General of Lotteries of the Province of Neuquén, and it was during his term as President of IJAN, with Neuquen's inclusion in the Association in 1976, that he first became involved in ALEA. 

Ever since then he has played an increasingly active role in the agency's development: in addition to sitting on various Consultancy Commissions, he has also held a number of Board of Directors appointments, one of them as President in 2002/2003 and 2004/2005. His most recent appointment is as Vice President for the period 2015/2016. Mónaco is one of the few recipients of the gold watches awarded for more than 30 years' service with ALEA. 

He has also held a number of international appointments: President of the Iberoamerican Association of State Lotteries and Gaming (CIBELAE) in 2002/2003 and its Vice President in 2003/2004 and 2005/2006; he was also a member of the Executive Committee of the World Lottery Association (WLA). His career has not been restricted to gaming: for instance from 2007 to 2011 he was Deputy Secretary of Public Revenue of the Province of Neuquén. 

In his current position as President of ALEA , his energy is focused on his vision to turn the Association into a Federal Facilitating, Responsible and Strategic organization. In his own words, as President of ALEA which encompasses the 24 state lotteries, "these are the most salient points of our proposal, and we firmly believe that they reflect the prestige and experience that characterize the Association, which remains committed to its strategic mission to position itself as an advisory body for the benchmarking and training of Argentina's regulatory agencies in the field of control, oversight, modernization and optimization of resources." 

Alison Gardner

Head of Corporate Responsibility, Camelot UK Lotteries, Chair of the WLA CSR Working Group

Alison is Head of Corporate Responsibility at Camelot UK, having joined them in June 2014. She is leading Camelot UK towards new ways of demonstrating the company’s strong vision and commitment to player protection, and building on a long history of responsible operations. Alison chairs the WLA Responsible Gaming Working Group, and is a member of European Lotteries Responsible Gaming Working Group.

Prior to joining Camelot UK, Alison worked at Capital One in a broad Head of Corporate Responsibility role covering consumer protection, community investment and environmental management. She also previously worked at Investec Bank on social investment and sustainability initiatives, and has experience in the education and third sectors.

Alison holds a master’s degree in corporate responsibility, a BA in geography and French, is a founder member of the Institute of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability (ICRS), and is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG).

Andy Duncan

Chief Executive Officer, Camelot UK Lotteries Ltd.

Andy Duncan is CEO of Camelot UK Lotteries, a position he has held since 2014. Prior to this, he was Managing Director of Camelot UK, a position he had held since 2011. His previous roles include stints as: CEO of H.R. Owen – the UK’s largest luxury car business; CEO of Channel 4 Television Corporation, UK; and Director of Marketing, Communications and Audiences as a member of the BBC Board.

Prior to this, he spent 17 years at Unilever, where he was in a number of senior director positions including European General Manager in the Foods business. In addition to being the new CEO of Camelot, Mr. Duncan is President of the UK Advertising Association, a trustee of the Media Trust, which he chaired for eight years, and a trustee of Oasis Trust. He is currently a member of both the WLA and EL Executive Committees.

Antonios J. Kerastaris


Mr. Antonios Kerastaris is the Chief Executive Officer and Executive Member of the Board of Directors of INTRALOT Group, a leading multinational gaming solutions provider and licensed operator. He assumed this role in 2014, after serving as the Group’s Chief Financial Officer. As INTRALOT’s Chief Executive, he works with the board, management teams, and company partners around the world to design and implement strategic goals, key investments, and operational models that align with technological and consumer trends, as well as operational best practices of the modern era across markets.

Previously, he served as Chief Executive of Hellas online, a leading telephony and Internet provider in Greece, and member of the INTRACOM Group of Companies. During the last 23 years, he has held numerous senior financial executive positions in the areas of telephony, hospitality, retail, and automotive industries, including at Procter & Gamble, Hilton, Mercedes, and the OTE Group of Companies.

Mr. Kerastaris holds a degree in Business Management from the Athens University of Economics and Business. He is married and father of two children.

Avi Levy

Marketing Director – Instant Tickets & Pick 4
Mifal Hapais (Israeli National Lottery)

Avi Levy has served as the Instant Tickets and Pick 4 Marketing Director for Mifal Hapais, the Israeli National Lottery, since 2001. He manages Mifal Hapais’ scratch card portfolio of more than 50 different games that are currently in the market and about 24 new games every draw. Avi also manages the Mifal Hapais pick 4 daily draw, which is the top selling brand for the lottery. Under Avi's direction, his products have enjoyed remarkable sales growth. Instant tickets sales have almost doubled in the last decade through a combination of innovative marketing and advertising activities, leading Mifal Hapais to be one of the most innovative lotteries in the world.

Beh Swan Swan

Head, Magnum Group CSR
Chief Information Officer, Magnum Group
Magnum Information Technology Sdn Bhd

Ms Beh Swan Swan is both the Group CIO for Magnum as well as the Head of the Magnum Group CSR division. She is also the current APLA Secretariat Administrator.

Swan Swan graduated in 1980 from Monash University, Melbourne Australia with a Bachelor of Science majoring in Computer Science. She has been with Magnum since 1988, when they first embarked onto their computerization exercise. 

Swan Swan is a very active member of the Malaysian CIO Chapter where she first served as an Exco member, and is currently the Vice Chairperson for the 2016/2017 term.

Swan Swan was awarded the International Data Group ASEAN CIO Award 2013 at the 2013 CIO/CSO Summit on September 25, 2013 in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam. 

Swan Swan also actively supports the newly formed local ISC2 Chapter; ISC2 is the largest not-for-profit membership body of certified information security professionals worldwide. 

Swan Swan is very passionate about her IT work and also very intimately involved in implementing new CSR initiatives in the organization, believing that “Nobody can do everything, but everybody can do something”. 

Brent Scrimshaw

President and Chief Executive Officer, Atlantic Lottery

Brent Scrimshaw believes passionately in the company’s social responsibility to all Atlantic Canadians. He is enthusiastic about opportunities to grow the business in areas that matter to Atlantic Canadians. Brent came to Atlantic Lottery in 2006, accepting the role of Executive Vice President of Brands and Channels. Previously, he had much success in his role as the Chief Marketing Officer for the Canadian Football League.

A graduate of the University of Western Ontario, Brent also enjoyed a long and productive career with Molson in leadership roles that included Vice President of Marketing, and President of its sports and broadcast subsidiary, Molstar Sports & Entertainment.

Brent’s leadership continues to strengthen Atlantic Lottery’s longstanding commitment to being an organization where best business practices are applied in a way that reflects the values and aspirations of Atlantic Canadians.

Carlos Bachmaier

Personal Data Protection Officer, Risk and Continuity Management, SELAE

Carlos Bachmaier is currently responsible for managing personal data protection, risk, and continuity within the TIC Directorate of SELAE.

In 1984, he founded the engineering and services company GMV, where he worked as Operations Manager for 18 years. Since joining SELAE – by then a fully owned subsidiary – in 1998, Carlos has been responsible for different management and assurance functions: Information Security (both subsidiary and SELAE), Internal ICT Audit, Corporate Risk Management, Business Continuity, CRS, GRC, and Integrated Management System.

Carlos is currently Chairman of the European Lottery Association (EL) Public Order and Security Working Group, and Vice Chairman of the World Lottery Association (WLA) Security and Risk Management Committee.

Besides his activities in the lottery and gaming sector, Carlos is a committed professional in relation to standardization, and a contributing expert to the groups related to information security, business continuity, services, risk management, and IT governance of ISO. He also teaches Business Continuity and Security subjects at master’s degree level in Spanish universities.

Carlos holds a Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering, M.Sc. in Integral Security, M.Sc. in CSR, and MBA by IE. He also holds CISA/CISM/CRISC/CGEIT from ISACA, and ISO 27001 LA. He was an Associate Professor of Flight Mechanics for 16 years from 1981.

Carole Hedinger

Executive Director, New Jersey Lottery, USA

Carole Hedinger, CPA, serves as Executive Director of the New Jersey Division of Lottery, a position she has held since June 2010. During her time as Executive Director, she shepherded the division through the public/private venture with Northstar New Jersey Lottery, LLC and experienced a record setting year in 2015 when the Lottery achieved revenues in excess of USD 3 billion. Mrs. Hedinger previously served the Division of Lottery as Deputy Executive Director from July 1994 through March 2002, and served as Acting Executive Director from March 2002 through 2003. Prior to her return as Executive Director in 2010, she served as the Chief Clerk of the Ocean County Surrogate Court.  Mrs. Hedinger began her career with a public accounting firm, where she worked for over a decade specializing in forensic accounting before beginning her service with the state. Mrs. Hedinger completed her BS in Business Administration at Georgian Court College, where she graduated magna cum laude.

Mrs. Hedinger maintains professional memberships with the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants, where she served in several leadership positions, including a term as President during 2011.  She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and serves on the AICPA Council. She currently serves as the Region 1 Director for the National Association of State & Provincial Lotteries (NASPL) and is a member of the World Lottery Association (WLA) Audit Committee. Mrs. Hedinger has been previously appointed to serve on Governor Christie’s Sports, Gaming & Entertainment Transition Team and Governor Whitman’s Education Transition Team. She is the current Chair of the HealthSouth Rehab Hospital Community Advisory Board, former member of the Georgian Court College Planned Giving Council and the Board of Trustees for Stockton University of New Jersey, chairing the Board from 1997 to 1999. Mrs. Hedinger has been a featured speaker at a variety of Lottery conferences as well as speaking before both legal and financial organizations.

Chris Lyman

Chief Operating Officer, Lotto New Zealand

Originally from the United Kingdom, Chris moved to New Zealand in 2001 and joined Lotto NZ in 2002. Over the course of the past 14 years, Chris has lead Lotto NZ’s retail network. As part of his role as Chief Operating Officer, Chris is not only focused on ensuring the strength of Lotto NZ’s retail network, but also leads Lotto NZ’s product development and instant ticket innovation, and is instrumental in Lotto NZ’s ongoing commitment to responsible play through its world-class responsible gaming program.
Prior to joining Lotto NZ, Chris worked for a number of leading national retailers in the UK across a number of channels including grocery, electronics, general merchandise, and furniture. Over the years Chris has lived and worked in New Zealand, UK, USA, and Denmark.

Christian Kalb

President ETHISPORT and Director – CK Consulting

Christian Kalb is an expert in the gaming industry and sports organizations.

In the gaming industry, Christian has been the head of various business units. He has worked for various governments in Europe, Asia and Africa on regulatory issues, as well as for European institutions. He has published several surveys and white papers on gambling.

Very involved in the defense of sporting values, Christian has worked for several sports federations and leagues including football, tennis, handball, basketball, and rugby, national Olympic committees, the Tour de France, Sorbonne University, and others. Christian is also involved in cycling as Vice President for the French professional cycling league.

Christian Kalb created CK Consulting in 2008 and Ethisport in 2015.

A French Alsatian national, Christian holds a MBA from the HEC Group (ISA) and an engineering degree from Institut National des Telecommunications (INT).  

Christian Kalb
1 boulevard Julien Potin
92200 Neuilly sur Seine
Mobile: + 33 6 98 82 01 55

Daniela Giuffré

Head of the Integrity in Sport Unit at INTERPOL

Daniela Giuffré is an Italian Senior Police Officer experienced in anti-corruption investigations. Before joining the Italian State Police, she was a lawyer. After earning a master’s degree in Law, she also received a degree in Political Science and International Relations. 

Since early 2012, she has worked at INTERPOL in the Integrity in Sport Unit, and currently serves as its head. Furthermore, Ms. Giuffré is a member of the Match-fixing Expert Group of the European Commission and a member of the Working Group for the Implementation of the Convention on the Manipulation of Sport Competition overseen by the Council of Europe. 

In December 2015, she published a book in Italy – Game Over edited by Minerva – related to match-fixing in football. 

Dawid Muller

Head of Legal, Compliance and Integrity, Gidani Group

Advocate Dawid Benjamin Muller, BLC LLB (UP), holds the position of Head of Legal, Compliance and Integrity in the Gidani Group, a group of companies that provide various lottery services worldwide.

He is a lottery and gaming industry expert, legally qualified and specializing in litigation, intellectual property rights, and contractual law matters. Advocate Muller also has a rich background in international relations, security management, and criminal and other investigations. He has 15 years police experience and retired with the rank of Director from that service.

With a lottery industry track record of sixteen years, he counts among his accomplishments the successful rollout of lottery systems and infrastructure for the first and second lottery licenses in South Africa. He also participated in the preparation of responses to all three RFPs in South Africa.

He serves as a member of the World Lottery Association’s Security and Risk Management Committee and was a key member of a panel of lottery experts that drafted the first version of the World Lottery Association’s Security and Risk Standards in 2002.

Declan Harkin

IGT Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, WLA International

Declan oversees IGT's lottery business operations in Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa, and the Asia-Pacific regions. He provides senior executive leadership, contact and support for IGT’s customers in International.

Declan leads the provision of IGT’s technology services, business solutions, and operational management support for IGT's international lottery clients. He has more than 30 years of professional experience in gaming and information technology service sectors. Declan has spent the majority of his career specializing in the lottery sector progressing through increasing levels of responsibility in technical, project management, business development, customer account management, and executive management positions.

Declan received an Honors degree in electronic and information engineering from Queen’s University of Belfast in, Northern Ireland. He completed post-graduate programs at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the University of Illinois. Declan is based with his family in Providence, Rhode Island. As well as being a very frequent global traveler has lived in multiple countries including the UK, Australia, Belgium, Ireland, and the USA.

Dietmar Dahmen

Visionary, futurologist, enricher of brands, people, experiences

Twenty years of advertising and marketing in Hamburg, New York, Los Angels, Munich, and Vienna.

Dietmar Dahmen started out as a strategic planner, and later moved on to become a highly decorated creative. He was Creative Director with DDB, Executive Creative Director with Ogilvy, and Chief Creative Officer and Managing Director with BBDO.

For almost ten years Dietmar lectured on disruptive advertising at the Filmacademy Baden Württemberg in Germany, winning gold and silver awards with his students 16 times at the Young Directors Awards in Cannes.

Today Dietmar works independently as a professional speaker and consultant for change, innovation, and disruptive market strategies with global clients and engagements worldwide.

Dietmar is a member of the Creative Club Austria, and the Art Directors Club, Germany, and functions as the expert for digital transformation and innovative marketing with the European Association of Communication Agencies (EACA). He is a member of both the SAP Business Expert Circle and with Adobe worldwide, and holds positions with various companies and start ups, including that of Chief Innovation Officer with “”, an IBM company.

Erich Schuster

Head of Information Technologies and Innovation Management, Austrian Lotteries

Erich Schuster is Head of the Corporate Functions Information Technologies and Innovation Management at the Casinos Austria/Austrian Lotteries Group.

Erich joined Austrian Lotteries in 1988 in the Internal Audit & Security Department, and was appointed head of this department in 1992. The department focused on compliance, regulatory and efficiency audits and the development of an information management system. In 2009, Erich was appointed to his current function as Head of Information Technologies, which includes IT operations and IT software development, as well as responsibility for IT security.

Erich has been a member of the WLA Security and Risk Management Committee since 2004.

Francesco (Frank) Cecchini

CEO and Managing Director NOVOMATIC Lottery Solutions

Frank Cecchini is the CEO and Managing Director of NOVOMATIC Lottery Solutions. After fifteen years with GTECH/IGT, Frank joined Betware in May 2014, following its acquisition by Novomatic, with the objective of turning the Icelandic company into a disruptive force in the famously oligopolistic lottery technology market. Very quickly, Betware was rebranded and its position in the market established with contract wins in Barcelona, Spain and Tunisia. With almost 20 years of hands-on experience in both technical and commercial roles, Frank’s vision is to modernize a market that is burdened with much technical debt and lack of innovation; to bring new revenue-earning opportunities to state-sanctioned lotteries with the adoption of up-to-date technology, as well as current best practice in retail.

Frank speaks three languages, is a graduate of the Electrical and Electronic Engineering School at De Montfort University, and a passionate follower of Leicester City FC. Happily married with three children, Frank also likes to cook and drive/ride fast cars and motorbikes.

Friedrich Martens

Head of Integrity Betting Intelligence System
International Olympic Committee Ethics and Compliance

Following various initiatives by the IOC tackling illegal and irregular betting, Friedrich Martens was appointed to the position of Head of the newly created Integrity Betting Intelligence System (IBIS) in 2013. IBIS establishes a link between the Olympic Movement, players in the sports betting world, and various law enforcement entities. Through its pragmatic approach, it enables communication between all stakeholders in a lean and direct way, aiming at identifying and therefore safeguarding sports events from match manipulation connected to sports betting.

Prior to joining the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Friedrich was already drawn to the field of sports and betting, working for both sports organizations – two years as manager of competition analysis at FIFA’s Early Warning System, which aimed to spot patterns suggesting match fixing – and the sports betting industry – for a German gambling company and, more specifically, their sports betting company, Cashpoint.

Gary Grief

Executive Director, Texas Lottery Commission

Gary Grief was appointed Executive Director of the Texas Lottery Commission in March 2010 after having served numerous stints as Deputy Executive Director and Acting Executive Director since 2002. As Executive Director, Mr. Grief oversees a USD 5 billion enterprise whose mission is to generate revenue for public education and other good causes in the state of Texas.

Under Mr. Grief’s leadership, the Texas Lottery has contributed more than USD 1 billion annually since 2004 to the Texas Foundation School Fund and other state programs.

Gary Grief currently serves as President of the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL). He is also immediate past chair of the Powerball game, past Lead Director for the Mega Millions multi-state game consortium, and past president of the North American Association of State and Provincial Lotteries (NASPL). In 2012, he was honored with the PGRI Major Peter J. O’Connell Lottery Industry Lifetime Achievement Award and in 2014 he was inducted to Public Gaming Research Institute’s Lottery Industry Hall of Fame.

Gilson César Pereira Braga

National Superintendent of Lotteries, Caixa Econômica Federal

Gilson Braga has worked for Caixa Econômica Federal since 1989. He was appointed National Superintendent of Lotteries, Caixa Econômica Federal, in 2011. In this capacity, his achievements include implementation of the first phase of the lottery’s Internet sales, and guiding Caixa to WLA SCS certification. From 1984 to 1989, Mr. Braga held positions with various private companies in the financial and petrochemical sectors in Brazil.

Mr. Braga holds an MBA in marketing from Fundação Getúlio Vargas and a bachelor’s degree in economics from the Universidade Federal do Paraná. He has served as Vice President on the WLA Executive Committee since November 2014.

Isabelle Jean

Vice President, Corporate Strategy, Innovation and Public Affairs
Loto Québec

After graduating with a master’s in public communications from Université Laval in 1999, Isabelle Jean immediately started her career with the Government of Québec. In 2012, she joined Loto Québec as Director of Internal and Strategic Communications. In September 2014, she was appointed Vice President, Corporate Strategy and Public Affairs. A few months later, in October 2015, a new unit focusing on strategic business intelligence and innovation was created under her leadership, and Isabelle Jean was named Vice President, Corporate Strategy, Innovation and Public Affairs. Since August 9, 2016, she has also taken on the duties of Interim President of Lottery Operations.

Jannie Haek

Chief Executive Officer, the National Lottery of Belgium

Jannie Haek is a Belgian national who was born in Torhout in 1965. He graduated from the University of Ghent with a master’s degree in Political Science, then joined the Ministry of Finance as a General Inspector. He has served as chairman of Brussels Airport’s management company NV BIAC, the government representative at the board of A.S.T.R.I.D Telecommunication, and member of the board of the Institute for Gender Equality.

His cabinet-related positions have included deputy Head of Cabinet for the Ministry of Home Affairs, and Head of Cabinet for various Vice Prime Ministers. His positions in state-owned companies include CEO of national railways NMBS Holdings, and government commissioner, member of the board, and his current position as CEO of the National Lottery of Belgium.

Jannie Haek has served on the boards of NV LSO, BOIC, NV B-Mobile, and PMV. He currently serves on the executive committee of the European Lottery Association.

He is married and lives with his wife and two daughters in Bruges.

Jari Vähänen

Senior Vice President, Veikkaus Oy, Finland

Jari Vähänen is Senior Vice President of Veikkaus, the Finnish National Lottery. Veikkaus is one of the most successful lottery companies in the world. Veikkaus' annual turnover is approximately EUR 2.1 billion and GGR approximately EUR 900 million. Jari Vähänen has 25 years' experience in the gambling business, starting with horse betting followed by 22 years at Veikkaus. Jari's responsibilities cover business development and international affairs, as well as the merger of three gambling companies, Veikkaus, RAY (casino games) and Fintoto (horse betting), which will take place on 1 January 2017.

In the past in his career Jari has also been responsible for finance, horse as well as sport betting, marketing, product development, Internet and mobile business, customer strategy, business development, international affairs, and strategy at the company level. Jari Vähänen is also CEO for Veikkaus Solutions, subsidiary of Veikkaus.

Jari Vähänen holds a master’s degree in political science from the University of Turku, Finland, majoring in economics.

Jean-Luc Moner-Banet

WLA President and Chief Executive Officer Société de la Loterie de la Suisse Romande

Jean-Luc Moner-Banet is the CEO of Société de la Loterie de la Suisse Romande, one of the two state-authorized lotteries in Switzerland. Loterie Romande, which operates in the French-speaking cantons of Switzerland, enjoys an annual sales turnover of around CHF 1.6 billion (CHF 378 million in gross gaming revenue) and employs 237 people directly.

After joining Loterie Romande in 1998, Mr. Moner-Banet was appointed Deputy Director General in 2001, rising to his present position in 2007. Prior to serving at Loterie Romande, he spent a decade working in sales and marketing roles for a variety of gaming industry suppliers, including a stint as Business Development Director for Europe at GTECH Corporation.

Above and beyond his responsibilities as CEO of Loterie Romande, Mr. Moner-Banet has served the world lottery community extensively. In particular, Mr. Moner-Banet has served as President of the World Lottery Association (WLA) since 2012, and has been a member of the WLA Executive Committee since 2008. From 2009 to 2012 he served on the Executive Committee of the European Lotteries Association (EL) and from 2011 to 2012acted as Chairman of the EL Sports Committee.

Mr. Moner-Banet holds a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Lausanne, Switzerland, with a focus on studies in Swiss and European politics and public administration.

Jennifer Westbury

Executive Vice President, Sales & Customer Development, Pollard Banknote Limited

Jennifer Westbury provides executive leadership to Pollard Banknote staff working with lottery clients all over the world.

Just as Singapore celebrates diversity as a multicultural gateway between the East and West, Jennifer’s vast experience working with lotteries across the globe, combined with her understanding of unique market dynamics, allows her to put forth winning strategies that ultimately drive growth. Like the Lion City, Jennifer roars with a passion for innovation, which has driven her to help lotteries introduce industry-leading products and solutions that have contributed to the success of Pollard Banknote’s customers worldwide. With over 25 years’ lottery experience, Jennifer’s membership in the PGRI Lottery Industry Hall of Fame reflects the industry’s recognition of her contributions.

Jim Kennedy

Group Chief Executive, Lottery

Jim Kennedy serves as Executive Vice President, Group Chief Executive of Lottery and leads Scientific Games’ Lottery business worldwide. Prior to this role, Mr. Kennedy served as President, Printed Products and Chief Marketing Officer. 

Since joining Scientific Games in 1985, Jim has worked closely with customers around the world to create and execute successful lottery programs for responsible, sustainable growth. Under his leadership as Senior Vice President of Sales and Global Marketing, he was responsible for global marketing and business management for sales, customer service and creative for all of Scientific Games’ lottery businesses, during the time when the company experienced the most significant growth in its history of global instant products and related services. During Jim’s tenure at Scientific Games, he also served as Vice President of U.S. Sales and President of SGI Retail Solutions. 

Jim holds several patents, and has been recognized for his contributions to the lottery industry as the recipient of three major lottery awards, including the Major Peter J. O’Connell Lottery Industry Lifetime Achievement Award, induction into the Lottery Industry Hall of Fame, and the North American State and Provincial Lotteries’ Powers Award. Prior to joining Scientific Games, he worked as a systems engineer. 

Jim holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer and Management Science, an MBA from the University of Colorado in Denver, and a graduate degree from Columbia Business School’s Senior Executive Program in New York City.

Jim Yu

Vice President, Ltd.

Jim Yu is the Vice President of, a leading online sports lottery service provider in the People’s Republic of China, listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Previously, Mr. Yu worked as Head of Business Development and Regulation of Asia for the world’s largest betting exchange, Betfair.

Mr. Yu has over 15 years’ experience in the sports betting and lottery industries, covering customer management, business development, product localization, marketing and sales, M&A, and strategic planning.

Jordan Gnat

Senior Vice President, Strategic Business Development, Scientific Games

Jordan Gnat serves as Senior Vice President, Strategic Business Development for Scientific Games.  In this role, Mr. Gnat works on complex projects around the world that require a multi-disciplinary approach that includes product, finance, government relations, and local partnerships. 

Prior to joining Scientific Games in 2011, Jordan was President and CEO of Boardwalk Gaming and Entertainment from 2004-2011 which grew to become the largest charitable gaming operator in Canada.  Mr. Gnat also served as Executive Vice-President of Kilmer Van Nostrand Company Limited from 2002-2011, and President and CEO of Midnorthern Group from 1994-2002 which grew to be the largest integrated major appliance wholesaler/retailer in Canada.

Jordan is involved in several volunteer and philanthropic organizations.  He is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Hospital for Sick Children Foundation in Toronto, a member of the Board of Trustees for the Jewish Foundation of Toronto, and is on the Board of Governors of Mt Sinai Hospital in Toronto.

Jordan has a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Western Ontario. At the age of 28 in 2000, he was Awarded Canada’s Top 40 Under 40 Award™. Canada's Top 40 Under 40 Award™ is presented to exceptional Canadians under the age of 40 who are outstanding leaders in their chosen fields and who are shaping Canada's future.

Kamlesh Vijay

Group Chief Executive Officer, Sugal & Damani

Mr. Kamlesh Vijay, Group CEO of Sugal & Damani, is responsible for overseeing the strategic initiatives and directions for the entire group involving technology, operations, marketing and SBUs for government-authorized gaming operations in India and emerging markets across the globe.

Mr. Vijay has extensive international experience in global business expansion. He has worked in emerging economies with particular emphasis on Africa, Latin America, Asia Pacific and, over the last several years, he has been leading Sugal & Damani Group’s efforts to expand its business to become a well-known global solutions provider.

Kevin Gass

Vice-President, Lottery Gaming
British Columbia Lottery Corporation (BCLC)

Kevin Gass is responsible for the strategic development of the lottery business unit, providing leadership and direction in support of marketing, sales and distribution of lottery brands. He has operational responsibility for staff who provide products, services and support to the corporation, its customers, and business partners. His mandate includes responsibility for the financial performance of a billion dollars in revenue and over a quarter of a billion in net income.

Kevin joined BCLC in 2003 as Vice-President of Corporate Affairs. His background includes experience in senior corporate marketing and communications positions, as well as an extensive agency background. Kevin also enjoyed entrepreneurial success in two start-up businesses.

Kevin is a past member of the board and executive committee of the Canadian Cancer Society, BC and Yukon Division, United Way Cabinet, Science World Board of Directors, and was a founding board member of Canuck Place Children's Hospice.

Kristin Killen

VP, Information Technology, Atlantic Lottery

As VP, Information Technology, Kristin is responsible for the technology infrastructure that drives Atlantic Lottery's retail, online and internal platforms. Central to her role is the development of the IT strategy and architecture that supports strategic growth initiatives and operational excellence. She motivates, inspires and leads both internal teams and external vendors who support day-to-day operations and deliver technology improvements.

Prior to joining Atlantic Lottery, Kristin worked in the telecom industry, primarily focused on web development and project management. During her Atlantic Lottery tenure, she held posts within process improvement, analysis, corporate planning, and project management.

Kristin possesses a Bachelor of Commerce from St. Mary's and an MBA from Université de Moncton.

She is a member of the executive of Tech Impact, an organization of technology leaders working to help the Atlantic region embrace IT literacy and innovation.

Lea Meyer

Consultant, Project Manager and Evaluator, Parliamentary Control of the Administration

As a specialist in performance and public management, Dr. Meyer focuses on the influence of regulation on an organization’s strategic choices and performance orientation. Her key area of interest is facilitating the process through which organizations can orient performance in relation to the regulatory environment.

Through her consultancy, Polaris - strategic foresight, Dr. Meyer serves organizations by helping them to establish their own performance dimensions and linking them to the regulatory environment. This creates a collaborative relationship between the organization and its regulator. Dr. Meyer has designed a model embracing six different performance dimensions, each composed of specific key performance indicators. By applying this model, Dr. Meyer assists in creating a better understanding of the different types of performance. Particularly in the gambling sector, an integrated, multidimensional performance model enhances an organization's transparency, strengthens its market positioning, and helps it distinguish itself from its competitors. An organization able to demonstrate a proactive, sophisticated performance – including social, environmental and legal performance, as well as financial and operational performance – wins a clear advantage over its competitors. Further, those organizations that are able to show that they both hold and measure values, such as social responsibility and transparency, will strengthen and safeguard their reputations.

Dr. Meyer also developed a unique tool, which encompasses ten different indicators and captures the regulatory intensity in which an organization operates. Her research identifies the benefit of a global approach to the analysis of the regulatory environment. She assists regulators in improving their understanding of these links and in addressing the impact of a regulation on the subject. Her work has also demonstrated that by developing a more sophisticated and proactive approach to performance, organizations gain a more meaningful and collaborative interaction with regulators and other industry actors.

Dr. Meyer obtained her PhD in Public Management from the University of Lausanne (Swiss Graduate School of Public Administration IDHEAP) in 2013. At IDHEAP, she was a key researcher in a lottery-funded project that focused on gambling regulation. In 2013, Dr. Meyer was a visiting scholar at Colombia University’s School of International and Public Affairs in New York City. She further holds a Master’s Degree in International Relations from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva. Dr. Meyer lectures at the University of Lucerne in Switzerland and is currently project manager conducting evaluations for the Swiss parliamentary overview committee, where her main areas of focus are the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Defense, and the Ministry of Economics. She is currently involved in a study on the Swiss federal council’s participation in economic sanctions.

Dr. Meyer has made a series of academic contributions, the most recent being the book “The influence of the regulatory environment on organizational performance – the example of the sports betting and lottery sectors”, published by Haupt in 2015. 

Lynne Roiter

Secretary General and Vice-President Legal Group
WLA Secretary General

Lynne Roiter, a member of the Quebec Bar since 1972, joined Loto-Québec in 1985 as Director of Legal Services. She played an instrumental role in establishing the legal and regulatory framework that permitted Loto-Québec to diversify its gaming activities. In 1996, she was named Secretary General and Vice-President Legal Group at Loto-Québec.

She is a board member of the Interprovincial Lottery Corporation and was its Chairperson from 1999 to 2001; she was the incoming Chair for 2015. Lynne was the Secretary General of AILE and, since the creation of the WLA in 1999, has been its Secretary General and Legal Adviser. In this capacity, Responsible Gaming comes within her purview.

Marion Caspers-Merk

Chief Executive Officer of Staatliche Toto-Lotto GmbH Baden-Württemberg

In 2013, Marion Caspers-Merk was appointed CEO of Staatliche Toto-Lotto GmbH, which operates in the federal state of Baden-Württemberg in Germany. The company has 190 direct employees and, in 2015, a sales turnover of EUR 946.1 million.

Before joining Lotto Baden-Württemberg, Mrs. Caspers-Merk ran a consultancy for health policies, master plans, and organizational issues on a national and international level – for the World Health Organization among others – in the years 2010 to 2012. Prior to this, from 2005 to 2009, she was Parliamentary State Secretary for the Federal Minister for Health. Between 2002 and 2005, as well as being Parliamentary State Secretary for the Federal Minister of Health and Social Security, she was also the Drug Commissioner of the Federal Government. Mrs. Caspers-Merk was a member of the German parliament, the Bundestag, from 1990 to 2009.

Beyond her responsibilities as CEO of Staatliche Toto-Lotto GmbH in Baden-Württemberg, Mrs. Caspers-Merk has several functions within the German Toto- and Lotto-Association. She is Chairwoman of the International Committee of the German Toto- and Lotto-Association and deputy Chairwoman of the Special Committee GlücksSpirale. Concerning other organizations, she is senior advisor at Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg (Health Management) and President of the German Kneipp-Bund e.V.

Ms. Caspers-Merk holds a master degree in political science, history, and German philology.

Marzia Mastrogiacomo

Senior Vice President Lotteries at IGT Group - Lottomatica

As Senior Vice President Lotteries at Lottomatica S.p.A., Marzia Mastrogiacomo is responsible for managing operations, marketing, business strategies and business development of the Lotto and Instant Lotteries in Italy.

Mastrogiacomo has more than 10 years’ experience in the lotteries business. From 2007 to 2012 she was responsible for the largest lottery in the world, Gratta e Vinci instant lotteries, leading it to extraordinary business results including concession renewal. From 2012 to 2016, she successfully led the Lotto business, including the launch of the most profitable innovation in lottery market over the last five years, as well as the concession renewal in 2016.

Prior to this role, she served as Strategic Marketing and Business Development Director of Retail Market Services for Poste Italiane S.p.A, Italy’s largest postal and financial services company with over 150,000 employees.

Earlier in her career, Mastrogiacomo served as Head of Marketing Italy, then Head of Marketing Europe at Diners Club – Citigroup. Additionally, she spent part of her career with Procter & Gamble in different roles in marketing and market research on global brands like Olay, Pantene, Max Factor, and Noxzema.

Mastrogiacomo graduated in Statistics and Actuarial Science from La Sapienza in Rome.

Michelle Carinci

Chief Executive Officer, Lottotech Ltd

In 2012, Michelle Carinci joined Lottotech, the operator of the Loterie Nationale in Mauritius. With over 40 years of experience in lottery and gaming, Michelle has proven leadership in operations and innovation. Prior to joining Lottotech, Michelle held the position of CEO of the Atlantic Lottery for 10 years, which under her leadership was recognized as one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers. She has also been recognized four times as one of the top 50 CEOs in Atlantic Canada. 

Michelle previously held senior positions at GTECH and the British Columbia Lottery. She is an inductee into the Lottery Hall of Fame class of 2006, held an elected position on the Executive Committee of the World Lottery Association and was a founding co-chair of the responsible gaming committee that led the development of the WLA responsible gaming principles and framework.

Paul Andrew

Chief Executive Officer, Lotterywest

Paul Andrew joined Lotterywest in February 2015. As Chief Executive Officer, he is responsible for the organization’s day to day operations and the growth and development of Lotterywest through business and strategic frameworks. Since taking over the role of CEO, Lotterywest has undergone a significant organizational restructure and the past 18 months have seen major strategic initiatives achieved.

Lotterywest recorded an outstanding end of financial year sales result for 2015/16, achieving AUD 889.5 million in sales. Sales were up 7.6% on the previous financial year.

In 2015/16, 936 direct grants were approved totaling AUD 118.9 million. This has enabled Lotterywest to support 814 not-for-profit organizations and local government authorities throughout WA.

Paul has over 30 years’ work experience within government and the not-for-profit sector. In his most recent role, Paul was the Chief Executive Office of Surf Life Saving Western Australia (SLSWA) for a period of nine and a half years. During his tenure with SLSWA, Paul navigated the organization through a period of significant operational, membership and financial growth and stability.

Prior to this role, Paul held the position of Director, Corporate Services at St John of God Health Care Murdoch, and Manager, Employee and Community Relations at the Catholic Education Office in Western Australia.

Holding a Bachelor of Business in Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations, Paul has extensive experience in leadership, strategic planning, business growth and development.

Having a strong community focus, Paul remains an active surf lifesaver and a former President of the City of Perth Surf Life Saving Club. Paul was the former Board Chair of Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic School and former Deputy Chair of the Western Australian Sports Federation.

Paul Riley

Vice President, Product Innovation and R&D, IGT

Paul leads IGT’s Global Lottery Product Marketing department, which is responsible for defining our lottery solution and services strategies; translating our customer needs into clearly articulated solution needs and requirements; managing IGT’s lottery R&D portfolio; and working to further advance the lottery industry to meet the needs of our players and retailers.

Paul has been at IGT for over 25 years in a variety of product development and product marketing roles. He led the team that developed the ISys lottery terminal, and the first version of the Altura family of Terminals. He also led the development team for the ProSys V8 system, which formed the nucleus of IGT’s Enterprise Series lottery central and back office systems. For three years, Paul worked in IGT’s Commercial Services division, expanding the company’s offerings in Latin America and Europe. He also spearheaded IGT’s lottery interactive rollout in the United States, starting with Illinois in 2012. Paul attends numerous lottery and non-lottery tradeshows and conferences, garnering industry inputs and market needs that are used to formulate IGT’s vision for solutions to serve our customers.

Rebecca Paul Hargrove

President and CEO, Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation

Rebecca Paul Hargrove has served in leadership roles in the lottery industry for more than 30 years, including as Chief Executive of the Illinois, Florida, Georgia, and Tennessee lotteries. In three of those four states she led the start-up and remains one of the most respected, experienced leaders in the field.

Following a successful statewide referendum to create the Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation, the founding Board of Directors recruited Rebecca in 2003 to serve as its Chief Executive Officer. Under her leadership, the Lottery launched three weeks ahead of schedule, netting an additional USD 30 million for education than was anticipated. Since then, the Tennessee Lottery has seen growth every year, thought to be a US record.

Rebecca’s résumé includes a long list of lottery industry, business and civic accomplishments, honors and awards. She is the current Senior Vice President of the World Lottery Association, and has served as President of the North American Association of State and Provincial Lotteries, President of the Multi-State Lottery Association, Chair of Powerball, and President of the international industry organization A.I.L.E. She was one of the first inductees to the Lottery Industry Hall of Fame, and was named one of The Tennessean newspaper’s Tennesseans of the Year. Throughout her career, Rebecca has served on a variety of boards and continues to support many causes.

Ms. Hargrove holds a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in Education from Butler University and is a native of Indiana who now calls Tennessee home.

Richard Cheung

Executive Director, Customer and Marketing
The Hong Kong Jockey Club

As one of the Executive Directors of the Hong Kong Jockey Club since 2010, Richard Cheung leads the Customer and Marketing division which is responsible for the wagering business in racing, football, and lottery, with particular functions including betting operation control, product development, trading, marketing, customer segment management, digital experience design, and broadcasting. Richard is also in charge of the Strategic Business Development function which drives the club’s business development in China. The division has over 1,500 full-time and part-time employees.

The mission of the division is to deliver wagering experience and business results of over HKD 190 billion of wagering turnover. The club conducts its wagering business in a responsible manner under a for-charity model.

Besides daily operation, Richard is responsible for key development efforts including a HKD 7 billion+ infrastructure project on racecourses masterplan renovation development as well as a HKD 3 billion+ next generation betting system development project. He also leads the club’s efforts in various regulatory related efforts, such as combating illegal gaming and racecourse land lease negotiation.

Outside the Hong Kong Jockey Club, Richard is the Chairman of Asian-African Racing Tote Association; an executive committee member of World Lottery Association, Asia Pacific Lottery Association, and Hong Kong Association for Customer Service Excellence; and a member of the Shanghai Chinese Overseas Friendship Association.

Prior to joining the Hong Kong Jockey Club, Richard was a Partner at McKinsey & Company, as well as a Principal in Cinven, a leading private equity firm in Europe. In both firms, he focused on the consumer and gaming sectors.

Richard has an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he graduated as Baker Scholar.

Robin Bowler

Government Markets Director, Playtech plc

Robin is a marketing and strategic business development specialist whose role is to drive Playtech’s activities in government markets across all the company’s product verticals, with a particular focus in the area of lotteries. Prior to joining Playtech in 2014, Robin’s 20 years of experience in the lottery sector included positions with GTECH (now IGT) as Strategic Marketing Director, working with the Marketing and International divisions of Camelot Group, as well as several years’ providing international lottery and gaming consultancy services through his own company.

Robin’s key areas of expertise are marketing and sales in a B2C context, and product and business development in the B2G and B2B sectors. He holds an MBA with distinction from Henley Business School and an Honors degree in Geography from The University of Hull.

Rose J. Hudson

President/Chief Executive Officer
Louisiana Lottery Corporation

Celebrating her 10th year as President/CEO of the Louisiana Lottery Corporation, Rose J. Hudson continues to grow contributions for state K-12 education, recently earning the Public Gaming Research Institute’s 2015 Sharon Sharp “Good Causes” Award for having the highest percentage increase in net funds transferred to its beneficiary. Sales have skyrocketed during Hudson’s tenure, with 2016 being the lottery’s best ever.

Under her leadership, Louisiana was the first lottery in the US to receive industry verification of its quality assurance processes. Hudson currently serves as first vice president of the North American Association of State and Provincial Lotteries and has previously served as president of the Multi-State Lottery Association and chairman of its Powerball Game Group. She holds a degree in Urban Studies and Public Policy, as well as a Master’s in Public Administration and is a Senior Certified Professional in Human Resource Management.

Seah Chin Siong

Chief Executive Officer, Singapore Pools (Private) Limited

Mr. Seah Chin Siong is Chief Executive Officer of Singapore Pools (Private) Limited, a subsidiary of Singapore Totalisator Board, a statutory board under the Ministry of Finance. Singapore Pools was incorporated by the Singapore Government to provide a legal avenue for lotteries and sports betting. Operation surpluses are channeled towards worthy causes that serve the needs of the community.

Prior to joining Singapore Pools on 1 October 2012, he was Founding Chief Executive Officer of IDA International, Managing Director of Accenture’s Public Service Operating Group for Asia-Pacific and Country Managing Director of Accenture Singapore.

Mr. Seah is presently President of Global Lottery Monitoring System and a member of the Executive Committee of Asia Pacific Lottery Association. He is also a member of Responsible Gambling Forum in Singapore. He also serves as a member of Finance IT Committee at Sentosa Development Corporation and Board IT Committee at Workforce Development Authority of Singapore.

Mr. Seah had served on many boards/committees including Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore, Singapore Discovery Centre, Institute of Systems Science and Singapore Infocomm Technology Federation.

Mr. Seah holds a degree in accountancy from the National University of Singapore. He is a Fellow of the Singapore Computer Society.

Stéphane Pallez

President and Chief Executive Officer, la Française des Jeux

Stéphane Pallez, President and CEO of la Française des Jeux (FDJ), currently serves on the WLA Executive Committee as representative of the European State Lotteries and Toto Association (EL). Ms. Pallez took over as President and CEO of FDJ in November 2014. She has been a member of the EL Executive Committee since December 2014 and is currently serving as EL Executive Committee's Second Vice President and Chair of the Public Affairs Committee (PAC).

Stéphane Pallez is a graduate of the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris and ENA. She began her career in 1984 at the French Treasury Department, where she held various positions until 2004. During this period, from 1988 until 1990 she served as Deputy Director on the board of the World Bank in Washington; from 1991 until 1993, she was an adviser on industrial matters to the French Minister of the Economy and Finance; from 1995 until 1998 she was responsible for the Insurance Division at the Treasury Department; between 1998 and 2000, she was in charge of a portfolio of public shareholdings; and from 2000 until 2004 she was Head of European and International Affairs at the Treasury Department.

In 2004, she joined France Télécom-Orange as Deputy CFO and in July 2011 she became President and CEO of Caisse Centrale de Réassurance (CCR). She holds mandates as board member of some of France’s leading listed companies, including CNP Assurances, GDF Suez (now ENGIE), and Eurazeo.

Sue van der Merwe

Chief Operating Officer, The Lott

Sue van der Merwe is the Chief Operating Officer of Tatts Group’s Lotteries Operating Unit known as the Lott – Australia’s largest lottery operation with sales of more than AUD 4 billion across seven jurisdictions; a retail network of over 4,000 outlets; a successful on-line channel; and a suite of leading brands in the Australian market.

Ms. van der Merwe has over 26 years’ experience in the lottery industry. She commenced her lottery career in marketing lotto games in 1990 and progressed through various management roles to her current role, where she is responsible for leading the core lotteries team of over 200 people to deliver profitable revenue growth and sustainable long term success.

Thierry Pujol

Director of Sport Integrity, Française des Jeux

Thierry Pujol is Director of Sport Integrity at FDJ, the French National Lottery and he is also Special Advisor to the President.

An engineering graduate from Saint-Cyr Academy and Executive MBA HEC, he worked for 26 years at the French Ministry of Defense and for five years as Director of Safety and Security with the Rothschild Group.

After joining FDJ in 2005, Thierry was appointed Director of Security and Risk Management in July 2015. His new position is focused on the prevention and monitoring of manipulation of sports competitions, related to sports betting at both the national level and international one.

Thierry is the Chairman of the World Lottery Association (WLA) Security and Risk Management Committee and Vice Chair of the European Lotteries (EL) Public Order and Security Working Group. During this time, he has promoted the WLA Security Control Standard (WLA-SCS) around the world and has contributed to the development of integrity measures to combat match-fixing in relation to sports betting.

Since the beginning of 2015, he has served as Vice President on the Executive Committee of the Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS), an alert system and exchange of information platform for sports betting composed of 27 betting operators located all over the world.

Thorbjørn A. Unneberg

Executive Vice President Customer and Market, Norwegian State Lottery

Thorbjørn A. Unneberg is the EVP of the Norwegian State Lottery Customer and Market operation, covering both the physical and digital sales operation in the Norwegian market, as well as market communication, market intelligence and analysis.

With the ambition of “Giving the Dream a Chance” Norsk Tipping is mandated by its owner, the Norwegian Government, to offer games that create excitement and entertainment within responsible limits, minimizing the potential harm of gaming, with the profits going to good causes. The company generates profit for good causes of NOK 4.5 billion (USD 550 million) per year coming from a player base of 1.9 million customers. Norsk Tipping operates in a multichannel environment and the digital share of players is 45%. All gaming is registered and a player smart card is mandatory for all players.

The main strategic challenge for Norsk Tipping is to inspire a new generation of players and become even more important for the company’s players and beneficiaries. To achieve these objectives, the digital market and development initiatives, developing a customer-centric culture, as well as more rapid time to market will become of increasing importance. Underlying this objective is an ambitious build-up of a new customer insight organization that uses both internal and external data sources to drive customer satisfaction and efficient allocation of resources.

Thorbjørn A. Unneberg joined Norsk Tipping in 2003 and has held a number of senior roles in the company’s sales and marketing. Before joining Norsk Tipping, Mr. Unneberg worked in various sales and marketing roles in the Orkla company, as CEO of Duracell Norway, Gillette Group Norway, and as Nordic Marketing Director and Chief Operating Officer of the Gillette Group Nordic Company, based in Copenhagen, Denmark, where he was responsible for brands such as Gillette, Duracell, Oral-B and Braun.

Thorbjørn A. Unneberg holds a BSc. Honors degree in Business Administration from the University of Bath in the United Kingdom, as well as an AMP from the IESE Business School, University of Navarra, Spain.

Wang Suying

China Welfare Lottery Issuance and Management Centre

Wang Suying graduated with a bachelor degree of Historiography and then a master degree of Business Administration. She started to work at the Ministry of Civil Affairs of China in 1989 in the areas of social welfare, charity cause, relief management, social affairs and the administration of welfare lottery successively. During her career, she participated in the drafting and amending of several laws, regulations and important documents, including the Law of the People's Republic of China on Protection of Minors, Law of the People’s Republic of China on Protection of the Rights and Interests of Women, Law of the People’s Republic of China on Protection of the Rights and Interests of the Elderly, Regulation on Lottery Administration, and Details on the Implementation of Regulation on Lottery Administration. She also led the compilation of the evaluation report on the use of welfare lottery fund from 1987 to 2013, the formulation of the 13th Five-Year Plan of China Welfare Lottery, etc.

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