Wynn Resorts names Julie Cameron-Doe as chief financial officer

Cameron-Doe will join Wynn Resorts from Aristocrat Leisure.
Cameron-Doe will join Wynn Resorts from Aristocrat Leisure.

Cameron-Doe will succeed Craig Billings, who has been named CEO.

US.- Wynn Resorts has announced it will appoint Julie Cameron-Doe as its chief financial officer (CFO), effective in the second quarter of 2022. Cameron-Doe will succeed Craig Billings, who will become the company’s CEO early next year.

Cameron-Doe will join Wynn Resorts from Aristocrat Leisure, where she has served as CFO since 2018. She has held senior finance roles at Aristocrat since 2013. She has also worked at Orbitz, The Walt Disney Company, and KPMG.

Billings said: “Julie is a proven leader and is a sitting public company CFO. Coming from the gaming industry, she understands many aspects of our business and she has diverse international experience. She is the clear choice for this position and her appointment rounds out our senior executive team. We are indeed fortunate to have her join us next year.”

Cameron-Doe commented: “To me, Wynn Resorts represents the gold standard in resort companies. The opportunity to work alongside Craig and the team, building on their legacy of excellence, is incredibly exciting. I look forward to contributing to the company’s growth and future development.”

In November, Wynn Resorts announced that Billings, CEO of Wynn Interactive, would replace CEO Matt Maddox, who will leave the company on January 31. Billings has served as president and CFO of Wynn Resorts.

Meanwhile, WynnBET, the online sports betting and igaming app, announced Ian Williams as president of Wynn Interactive. In October, the 20-year gaming industry veteran was named chief operating officer (COO), managing WynnBET’s trading, marketing, customer service, payments, and data science teams.

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