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MGM Promotes Feldman, Others

MGM Promotes Feldman, Others

MGM Resorts International has announced three promotions in the company’s government affairs, corporate communications and public relations departments.

In a statement, the casino operator announced the promotion of Alan Feldman to executive vice president of global government and industry affairs, Clark Dumont to senior vice president of corporate communications, and Jenn Michaels to senior vice president of public relations.

MGM’s corporate communications have merged, putting public affairs, executive communications, internal communications and corporate responsibility communications in a single department.

Feldman, who formerly spent nine years with Mirage Resorts, joined MGM following the merger of the two companies in 1999. He will continue as MGM Resorts’ principal spokesman

Dumont joined MGM Resorts in 2011. Before that he was vice president of communications and public affairs for the Nevada Cancer Institute.

Michaels had been with Mirage Resorts since 1992 and also joined MGM after the merger. She oversaw PR for the opening of CityCenter, Bellagio and many entertainment events.


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