Facilitating Responsible Casino Gaming

Executive Management

Mrs. Audrey Robinson, LLB, MBA - Chief Executive Officer (Acting)

Mrs. Robinson joined the CGC team in 2012, in the capacity of Commission Secretary. In 2013 she was appointed to act as the Chief Executive Officer and served in that position for a year. In 2015, she was appointed General Counsel and is the chief advisor to the Board of Commissioners as well as all the operating departments. Her role also includes directing and controlling the day-to-day operations of the Legal Services Department which has the primary responsibility for the reviewing and amendment of various regulatory policies and framework in keeping with practices in the gaming industry.

She is a graduate of the Norman Manley Law School and holds an MBA from Barry University. In addition to her legal experience, Mrs. Robinson served in various management positions in the public and private sector for over 20 years in the areas of banking, insurance, marketing and project management.

With her wealth of knowledge and expertise, the CGC will benefit significantly from her contribution to its strategic direction.

Lt Col (Ret’d) Milton Neath – Director of Investigations & Enforcement

Lt Col Neath joined the CGC in 2015 and is responsible for planning, directing and controlling the day-to-day operations of the Investigations and Enforcement Department which provides investigative and intelligence gathering support to enable the CGC to effectively manage the Casino Gaming Industry in Jamaica.

Lt Col Neath holds an MSc Degree in National Security and Strategic Studies from the University of the West Indies. He was a distinguished member of the Jamaica Defence Force where he served in various management roles. His professional experience and areas of expertise include security; crisis management; regulatory compliance, operational management; and organizational design, and development.

He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience which will be invaluable in ensuring that Casino Operators adhere to the rules and regulations of the Casino Gaming Act.

Paula E. Gracie – Director of Finance and Administration

Mrs. Gracie joined the CGC in 2014 and is responsible for providing guidance in the areas of administration and financial planning, analysis, strategic planning, operations, budgeting, financial reporting, information technology and human resources.

She holds an MSc Degree in Computer Based Management Information Systems and a BSc in Management Studies from the University of the West Indies. She is an experienced public sector professional having worked with various GOJ Ministries and Agencies in the areas of Finance and Administration. Prior to joining the public sector, she worked with GraceKennedy Limited in the areas of Inspection and Finance.

She brings to the CGC considerable knowledge and experience in Public Sector Management, Finance and Administration.