The Board of Directors of the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL) elected Sarah M. Taylor, Executive Director of the Hoosier Lottery, to serve as Board President for Fiscal Year 2021. Taylor started her term as Board President July 1. Charlie McIntyre, Executive Director of the New Hampshire Lottery, previously held the position.

Taylor will be serving as the 31st MUSL Board President and the first ever to serve from the Hoosier Lottery. “It’s my honor to help lead our member lotteries with a strategic plan to help each one responsibly maximize profits for all the good causes they support,” said Taylor.

At its annual meeting, MUSL Board of Directors also elected, Angela Wong, Director of the Montana Lottery, and Bishop Woosley, Arkansas Lottery Director as Vice President and Secretary of the Board respectively.

“This year has given each of us challenges never faced and new unchartered waters to navigate,” said Taylor. “We have learned much about our industry, our players, our communities and our beneficiaries. Now, we are implementing the knowledge gained for future success.”

In addition, the Powerball Product Group elected May Scheve Reardon, Missouri Lottery Executive Director, to serve as Product Group Chair and Pennsylvania Lottery Executive Director Drew Svitko Vice Chair for Fiscal Year 2021.

The Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL) is a non-profit association that assists its member lotteries in multi-jurisdictional game development. Each MUSL member offers one or more of the games generally facilitated by MUSL, but retains its independent statutory duties regarding ticket sales, retailer authorization, prize payments, income offsets, and other responsibilities.