The Board of Directors of the Multi-State Lottery Association elected Charlie McIntyre, Executive Director of the New Hampshire Lottery, to serve as Board President for fiscal year 2020. McIntyre started his term as Board President on July 1. The position was previously held by May Scheve Reardon, Executive Director of the Missouri Lottery.
“I am grateful for the opportunity to serve as Board President of the Multi-State Lottery Association and I look forward to working with lotteries across the country to drive continued, collective success,” said McIntyre. “With MUSL committed to collaboration and innovation, we can all continue to expand and enhance our product offerings, build and burnish our brands and engage and foster new audiences. I would also like to commend and thank May Scheve Reardon for her strong leadership over the past year, guiding MUSL with distinction as the national lottery landscape continues to evolve.”
The Board of Directors also elected Sarah Taylor, Hoosier Lottery Executive Director, and Angela Wong, Montana Lottery Executive Director, to serve as Board Vice President and Secretary, respectively.
Taylor said, “MUSL’s product portfolio, including its number one product Powerball, has succeeded in generating revenue for the MUSL member lotteries and the good causes they support. I look forward to working with my fellow lottery directors to address the challenges and new opportunities in our industry.”
In addition, the Powerball Product Group elected Gregory Mineo, Director of the Maine Lottery, and Drew Svitko, Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Lottery, to serve as Product Group Chair and Vice Chair, respectively, for fiscal year 2020.
“I am honored and privileged to take the mantle from David Barden, and look forward to continuing to build equity in the Powerball brand,” said Mineo. “Powerball is the most iconic lottery brand in the United States, and together lottery jurisdictions across the country will look for ways to enhance and expand this vibrant game. Stay tuned for big things happening in the next year. I am thrilled to lead the charge.”
The Multi-State Lottery Association is a non-profit, government benefit, voluntary association that is entirely owned and operated by its 37 member lotteries. Each MUSL member lottery offers one or more multi-jurisdictional lottery games administered with the assistance of MUSL. All profits are retained by the individual lotteries and are used to fund projects or purposes approved by their authorizing legislatures.