Caesars Entertainment is pleased to appoint Karen Wurman as the new Senior Vice President and General Manager of Caesars Atlantic City. Caesars Atlantic City is part of a $428 million investment that has recently undergone a stunning $240 million resort transition.
Wurman will oversee the operation and management of Caesars Atlantic City, which covers all aspects of the hotel, casino, and includes new improvements such as the first Gordon Ramsay Health Kitchen on the East Coast, the area’s first Novu restaurant, nearly 800 new rooms and suites, The Full at Caesars, and the Novu Hotel arriving later this year. 슬롯머신
With an impressive career spanning more than 30 years, Wurman has shown exceptional leadership and commitment in the Atlantic City gaming industry. As regional vice president of finance for Tropicana, Harrus Resorts and Caesars, she won Caesars Entertainment’s prestigious Trailblazer in Leadership Award last year for her unwavering commitment to improvement, her “team first” spirit and her ability to advocate for high-profile initiatives for the company.
Worman, who began his career as an accountant in Harrah’s Atlantic City, quickly rose to the rank, gaining experience in both finance and operations. Her constant pursuit of excellence and ability to constantly add value to her organization led her to take on positions such as Operations Manager and Vice President.
In his new position, Wurman will report directly to John Coster, regional president of Caesars Entertainment’s Eastern branch.
“Carron’s experience and successful track record is invaluable to work with our Atlantic City team members and stakeholders,” said John Coster, East Division President of Caesars Entertainment. “Atlantic City is an important market for us, and this news comes at an incredibly exciting time as we complete our $240 million resort transformation and prepare to open our Novu Hotel. We take great pride in how leaders like Karen work to create amazing experiences for our guests, the community we serve, and our team members.”