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Cordish Executive Named to GGW Board

Cordish Executive Named to GGW Board

Suzanne Trout, executive vice president and chief marketing officer for Cordish Gaming Group, the gaming division of The Cordish Companies, has been appointed to the board of directors of Global Gaming Women for a term through 2026.

Global Gaming Women (GGW) was created in 2011 as a development program by the American Gaming Association to nurture emerging female leaders in the gaming industry. Launched as an independent charitable organization in 2016, GGW delivers high-impact programs and events to women in the gaming industry. Today, GGW has more than 7,000 active members from over 70 countries and continues to offer educational programs, mentorship opportunities and networking events globally.

Trout brings more than 30 years of experience in the gaming industry to her position at Cordish Gaming, where she is responsible for the planning and execution of key marketing and brand development strategies across the company’s gaming portfolio.

Trout previously held key executive leadership roles with Caesars Entertainment, Rush Street Gaming and Grand Casinos, and has served as a board member for the Evanston Animal Shelter.

Trout has been the recipient of Great Women of Gaming’s Pay It Forward and Proven Leader Awards. She is also a Hall of Fame inductee of the Women’s Chamber of Commerce, Las Vegas, and received the Corporate Excellence Award from Harrah’s Entertainment.

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