San Manuel CEO Establishes New Leadership Council

San Manuel CEO Establishes New Leadership Council

Highland

The new CEO of San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, Loren Gill, has formed an Executive Leadership Cabinet (ELC) to support the Tribe in its governmental and commercial endeavors. “It is an exciting time at San Manuel,” said Gill. “I am truly honored to work with so many outstanding leaders who have been critical to our success.” According to Gill ensuring the tribe has the right people in the right places is a major priority for the organization and this is the first step in setting a strong foundation that allows for future growth and development.  “I’m excited for each of them in this next step in their career as they’re all deserving of this recognition and promotion,” she proclaimed. The following six individuals will serve in the newly established executive positions reporting directly to Gill.  Peter Arceo, Casino General Manager, will oversee all operations for San Manuel Casino, the primary economic venture of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. Erin Copeland, Chief Legal & Compliance Officer, will oversee Legal, Physical Safety (Public Safety and Fire), Information Security, Risk Management, Compliance, and Environmental Services. Dan Little, Chief Intergovernmental & Tribal Affairs Officer, will oversee Intergovernmental Affairs, Cultural Resources Management, Tribal Family Services and will provide administrative support to the Education Department and Tribal Court.  Brigitte Saria, Chief People & Infrastructure Officer, will oversee Human Resources, Information Technology, and Support Services. Rikki Tanenbaum, Chief Marketing Officer, will oversee Marketing and the Office of Public Affairs (OPA) across the organization. Laurens Vosloo, Chief Financial Officer, will oversee Finance, Accounting, Investments, Procurement, Enterprise Program Management, and Planning, Real Estate and Development.  The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians is a federally recognized Indian tribe located on the San Manuel Indian Reservation near Highland which exercises its inherent sovereign right of self-governance. 

Header Photo: Loren Gill

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