Richard Haddrill

Executive Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Scientific Games; Chairman of the Board of Directors of Corrective Education Company

Richard M. Haddrill is the Executive Vice Chairman of the Board of Scientific Games, a global gaming and lottery technology company, as well as a member of the Scientific Games Board of Directors’ Executive and Finance committee and the Chairman of the Board of Corrective Education Company (CEC), a company involved in providing training and education alternatives to judicial prosecution.

Previously, he served as Bally Technologies, Inc. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) from May 2014-November 2014 and October 2004-December 2012. He served on Bally’s Board of Directors from 2003-November 2014, including serving as Chairman of the Board from 2012-2014. Bally Technologies was Haddrill’s third successful CEO assignment, having previously served five years as CEO of Manhattan Associates, Inc., a global leader in software technology for the supply-chain industry.

Before that, Haddrill served three years as CEO for Powerhouse Technologies, Inc., a technology and gaming company involved with lottery, video lottery, and pari-mutuel wagering systems and gaming devices. Haddrill’s career also included 16 years at Ernst & Young, where he was Managing Partner.

Haddrill is a recent past Chairman of the American Gaming Association; has been on nominee company boards, six of them public; volunteers for the College of Business Board of Advisors for University of Michigan – Dearborn; and has served or currently serves on a number of charitable boards, including the American Gaming Association; Boy Scouts of America; Council for a Better Nevada; and The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.

A native of Detroit, Michigan, Haddrill graduated from the University of Michigan ━ Dearborn, where he will serve as their 2016 commencement speaker. Haddrill received his university’s 2013 Distinguished Alumnus of the Year Award.

“I feel so lucky to live and work in Nevada, where I’ve raised my sons and had the opportunity to work and partner with so many smart and generous people who are passionate about Nevada’s growth. We have so many terrific businesses and charitable organizations that offer someone like me the chance to really contribute and feel like I’m making a difference; that is what life is all about.”

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