Patrick Daigle has been with Atlantic Lottery since 1997. In his current role as President and CEO, Patrick brings more than two decades of proven senior leadership in a number of corporate services including all aspects of finance, supply-chain management, legal services, risk management, board governance and information security.
Patrick holds a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Chartered Accountant designation.
Patrick believes in giving back to his community having served on several not-for-profit boards as well as participating in the 100 Men Who Care program in Moncton. When he’s not at work, his weekends are spent at his cottage on Grand Lake with his family. He’s also a skier, a golfer and enjoys playing squash.
Dallas McCready joined Atlantic Lottery in 2022 as Chief Strategy Officer.
In this role, Dallas is responsible for shaping and executing Atlantic Lottery’s long-term strategic planning process along with leading stakeholder and shareholder relations. Working closely with both internal and external stakeholders, as well as the four provincial shareholders, Dallas will ensure Atlantic Lottery maintains its leadership position in delivering entertaining games in a responsible environment.
Dallas holds a diploma in Business Administration from New Brunswick Community College and brings a unique combination of public and private sector experience to the CSO role. Dallas has worked with Spielo Gaming, Brunswick News and most recently Inversa Systems as Vice President of Business Development. His public sector experience as Deputy Minister, Strategic Initiatives in the New Brunswick Executive Council Office positions him to foster Atlantic Lottery’s already strong relationship with both its provincial shareholders and stakeholders.
Dallas was born and raised in New Brunswick and has spent the past 30 years living in Greater Moncton. In his spare time, he enjoys volunteering to support community development initiatives, playing sports and spending time with friends and family.
Brian Lordon joined Atlantic Lottery in 2019 as Vice President of Digital. He was appointed to his current role, Chief Information Officer, in 2021.
As Atlantic Lottery’s most senior leader in information technology, Brian is responsible for a talented team of people who implement world-class gaming and entertainment experiences for Atlantic Canadians. Brian’s objective is to make sure that Atlantic Lottery continues to leverage technology to stay a step ahead of the competition.
Brian has been using technology to help businesses compete for over 20 years. He has held leadership roles at both J.D. Irving, Limited and Bell Aliant. He has experience in business development, software development, finance, operations and research and development. Brian is passionate about leadership, development of high-performance teams and partnering for success.
Born in Chatham, New Brunswick, Brian holds an MBA from the Sobey School of Business at Saint Mary’s University, a graduate diploma in applied I.T. and bachelor’s degrees in business and science (B.Sc. & BBA) from St. Francis Xavier University.
In his spare time Brian can be found with his wife and three kids in a rink, on a golf course, at a dance recital or at a baseball diamond.
Suzanne Young joined Atlantic Lottery as Head of Finance and Supply Chain in 2020, bringing with her more than 20 years of experience in finance transformation, continuous improvement, system installations, business performance and supply chain management.
Before joining Atlantic Lottery, Suzanne led the advisory practice at Deloitte, Edmonton as a senior manager and later held the position of Corporate Controller at J.D. Irving.
She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Acadia University, and holds her CPA, CGA designation and has served on the board of the CGA Association of N.S. Suzanne has also held memberships with Financial Executives International, and The Institute of Internal Auditors.
Outside of work, Suzanne enjoys time with her daughters, Laurel and Rachel, which often involves horseback riding and other equestrian activities. She loves spending time with family members and friends and is proud to call Atlantic Canada home. Suzanne also takes great pride in mentoring young professionals working toward their professional designation and providing career advice.
Warren Cable joined Atlantic Lottery in April 2022, bringing with him years of experience in eCommerce, marketing, customer experience, strategy and digital transformation.
Warren leads the teams at Atlantic Lottery accountable for brand and communications, channels, gaming and lottery. He feels it is the responsibility of he and his team to be the voice of the customer, to ensure they are getting the best experience possible and that their omnichannel journey is customized to their needs across the retail and digital ecosystem. Warren and his team also deeply care about building a connection with Atlantic Canadians and supporting local communities.
Before joining Atlantic Lottery, Warren held senior leadership roles with Rogers Communications, Canadian Tire and Rakuten Kobo where he worked at the intersection of physical and digital retail and worked to build digital as both a capability across organizations and as a part of the customer journey. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Western University and spent a year in France for intensive French language immersion.
Warren and his family have spent time in Nova Scotia at their summer cottage for many years and recently decided to finally make the province their home. In his spare time, Warren can often be found playing tennis, taking in live music or in his constant pursuit of building the perfect mixtape.
Alison Stultz joined Atlantic Lottery in 1992 and has been Vice President of People & Culture since 2013.
Alison’s team’s vision is to make Atlantic Lottery one of the best experiences of every employee’s career. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Dalhousie University. Her career path to Vice President of People & Culture included long stops in both communications and in marketing before joining the People division as a Director. In her current role, she is responsible for oversight and leadership of AL’s human resources and corporate social responsibility practices and programs.
A typical week for Alison includes enjoying family time with her children and husband. She also serves on the Board of Directors of LearnSphere.
Meredith Kidney was appointed Head of Brand and Communications at Atlantic Lottery in 2021. With over 10 years at the organization in numerous marketing and e-commerce roles, most recently leading the Lottery team as Head of Lottery, Meredith brings a breadth of knowledge and experience to the role.
Responsible for marketing, communications and corporate brand and reputation, Meredith and her team work to bring a unified voice to market across all disciplines.
Meredith holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from UNB Saint John, where she also started her career working for NBTel.
Now settled in Salisbury, N.B. with her husband and two children, Meredith is involved with local sport and school-related organizations that provide children in the community a sense of well-being and belonging. Meredith and her family love to spend their free time playing sports or doing anything that requires being outdoors.
Michael MacKinnon has led a diverse number of teams across Atlantic Lottery since joining the corporation in 2009. With experience in corporate planning, IT business operations, hospitality, Lottery, and Gaming, Michael brings a well-rounded corporate expertise to his current role as Vice President of Product. In this role, he and his team strive to provide players with an exceptional experience when playing Draw, Scratch, Break Open, Video Lottery, iGames, Sports, and at Red Shores – our casino and racing properties.
Michael was born and raised in Prince Edward Island and is a graduate of Holland College. He, his wife Michelle and son Alex have spent many happy years between New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, both of which feel like home to their family.
An avid community volunteer, Michael has spent much of his free time over the years as a Rotary member, Junior Achievement PEI board member, Charlottetown Chamber of Commerce advocacy committee member, participant in the Georgetown Conference, as well as being involved in all aspects of Minor Hockey. Currently Michael volunteers as an Executive Board Member to his local golf club.
Joey Cormier joined Atlantic Lottery in 1993, holding numerous leadership roles in marketing, product management and eCommerce prior to becoming Vice President, Channels in 2020.
As Vice President, Channels, Joey is responsible for leading a talented team of employees across Atlantic Canada. The Channels team strives to deliver great customer experiences and commercial value across land-based and eCommerce distribution networks to meet the continually evolving expectations of our valued players.
Joey holds a Bachelor of Commerce from St. Mary’s University and is a Communication & Advertising Accredited Professional.
Much of his free time is spent with family and on the baseball diamond as a competitive youth baseball coach. Joey has lived in Atlantic Canada all his life and takes great pride in working for a company that returns 100 per cent of profits to our local communities.
Maureen Wojick joined Atlantic Lottery in 1998 and has since worked in nearly every retail product and marketing area in the organization. In her current role as Vice President Customer Engagement, Maureen brings several decades of leadership experience, product knowledge and marketing expertise.
Maureen holds a Bachelor of Public Relations degree from Mount Saint Vincent University and believes building strong teams and partnerships are key to delivering innovative solutions and great results.
She and her talented team help to guide the organization’s customer engagement approach with a strong focus on quality customer experiences and industry leading healthy play practices.
Born and raised in beautiful Cape Breton, Maureen, her husband and their three sons have now called Moncton home for more than 25 years. Maureen and her family cherish the Atlantic Canadian way of life and she takes great pride in being able to use her professional expertise the help drive business results that give back and have a meaningful impact in the Atlantic region.
Jennifer joined Atlantic Lottery in 2016, bringing with her several years of experience in auditing and risk management. Since that time, she has held progressively senior roles on the Risk & Assurance team prior to her appointment of Vice President, Risk and Assurance in 2024. In this role, Jennifer oversees a team of risk and assurance professionals whose ongoing commitment to transparency and integrity supports the organization’s goals of providing regulated and reliable products to Atlantic Canadian adults. Jennifer also provides risk and assurance guidance to the Executive Team and the Audit Committee of Atlantic Lottery. She reports directly to the Chair of the Audit Committee, ensuring the highest level of independence as required for her role.
Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Saint Thomas University and the Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) designation.
Outside of Atlantic Lottery, Jennifer and her husband enjoy spending their time outdoors, whether it’s on hiking trails, ski hills or early morning beach walks.