Ocean Casino Resort CEO resigns

Ocean Casino Resort will report profits in May. Credits: NJ.com
Ocean Casino Resort will report profits in May. Credits: NJ.com

Terry Glebocki has resigned as CEO of Ocean Casino Resort after a two-year tenure.

US.- Terry Glebocki, chief executive officer of Ocean Casino Resort in Atlantic City, has resigned from her position after two years. The casino, which is owned by Luxor Capital Group, did not give a reason for Glebocki’s departure.

Glebocki helped Ocean, formerly known as Revel, return to profitability after losing money for years. She became CEO in December 2019 after previously served as the casino’s chief financial officer. She has more than 30 years of financial management experience.

The casino said: “We thank Terry for her service as Chief Executive Officer since 2019 and wish her well in her future endeavors.”

It added: “Terry joined Ocean on the brink of bankruptcy, and is leaving the property as a leading casino resort in Atlantic City.”

Just over a year ago, four of Atlantic City’s nine casinos were led by women, but two of the women have since left their positions.

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