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September 26, 2021

San Diego, California

Jamul Casino appoints Laurie South as Vice President of HR

Jamul Casino appoints Laurie South as Vice President of HR
"I’m excited to be in San Diego, and be a part of the Jamul Casino team," South said.
United States | 06/15/2020

At Jamul Casino, South will focus on creating training opportunities to ensure team members have a path available for career growth to realize their potential.  She will also focus on life-enhancing programs for staff such as educational services and social programming, and boosting communication and collaboration between all team members.

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aurie South has joined Jamul Casino as its new Vice President of Human Resources. She brings more than two decades of experience leading human resources divisions, primarily for tribal casinos throughout the West Coast.

South has worked in senior human resources leadership roles since 1998. Much of her experience has been gained with tribal gaming organizations, including the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok’s Red Hawk Casino in Placerville, CA; the Grand Ronde Tribe’s Spirit Mountain Casino and Lodge in Grand Ronde, OR; the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe’s Muckleshoot Casino in Auburn, WA; and the Yakama Nation’s Legends Casino in Toppenish, WA.

Past roles have included Human Resources Director, Human Resources Manager, Owner of her own HR consulting firm, and Adjunct Professor at Tacoma Community College.

"I’m excited to be in San Diego, and be a part of the Jamul Casino team. Not only is this a gorgeous property, but this leadership team values many of the same things than I value—most importantly, treating team members with respect and dignity, while offering opportunities for advancement," said Laurie South, Vice President of Human Resources at Jamul Casino.

At Jamul Casino, Ms. South will focus on creating training opportunities to ensure team members have a path available for career growth to realize their potential. She will also focus on life-enhancing programs for staff such as educational services and social programming, and boosting communication and collaboration between all team members.

"We’ve been very fortunate at Jamul Casino to have excellent leadership and dedicated team members," said Jamul Indian Village Chairwoman, Erica M. Pinto. "The human resources role has been critical in this achievement, and we’re very excited to have Laurie’s experience to help enhance our success in this area."

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