Biography: Debbie D. Alford President
and CEO Georgia Lottery Corporation
Formerly the director of the Governor's Office of
Planning & Budget, Debbie D. Alford serves as the President and CEO of the
Georgia Lottery Corporation.
Besides leading the governors Office of
Planning and Budget, Debbie Dlugolenski Alford has served as president of
Georgias virtual technical college and as deputy director of the budget
office before taking over the top job in 2010.
She served on the lottery
board until she resigned in advance of a vote on her expected appointment as
President and CEO of the Lottery Corporation.
Noble, CT Lottery Corporation's President & CEO Leaving the CT
ROCKY HILL, CT (August 30, 2016) -- Anne M. Noble, CT
Lottery Corporations President & CEO, today announced that she will
be leaving the Lottery after 10 years of state service. In September,
Noble will begin serving as a Senior Advisor to the Board of Directors to
assist in the smooth transition to a new President & CEO.
Nobles leadership, the Corporation delivered rising profits to the
General Fund, with seven years of return records. During her tenure, the
Lottery adopted a broad corporate social responsibility program and has been
repeatedly recognized nationally for its commitment to responsible
gambling. Anne Noble has established a solid foundation for the
Lotterys future growth and this organization flourished under her steady
guidance, stated Frank Farricker. Anne was instrumental in
the successful roll out of Keno this past spring, which is outperforming
expectations, as well as the expansion of the popular Lucky for Life game from
Connecticut to New England, and now sales nationwide, according to
I am honored to have played a significant role in
shaping this organization over the last decade and appreciate the support of
the Board and my team in consistently meeting the Lotterys mission with
integrity, creativity and dedication, said Noble.
benefit Connecticut's residents in valuable ways. In unaudited results
for fiscal year 2016, the CT Lottery provided a record of $337.5 million to
support the valuable services and programs funded by the states General
Fund and players won $760.3 million in prize money. Since the Lottery began in
1972, contributions to the General Fund have exceeded $8.5 billion.
Lottery reminds the public that purchasers must be 18 or older, and to please
play responsibly. If you gamble, use your GameSense.
about the CT Lottery, stop by any CT Lottery retailer, visit CTLOTTERY.ORG,
join us on Facebook (facebook.com/CTLottery) and Twitter
(twitter.com/ctlottery), or call (860) 713-2700.
Tarnowski (860) 713-2701, Fax: (860) 713-2695.
SOURCE: CT Lottery.