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Charles McIntyre
Charles R. McIntyre

Biography:

Charles McIntyre, formerly the Assistant Executive Director and General Counsel for the Massachusetts State Lottery, possesses extensive experience in gaming best practices and gambling regulation as well as law enforcement. Before joining the Massachusetts Lottery in 2003, McIntyre was a senior prosecutor with the Norfolk District Attorney’s office, specializing in drug enforcement, organized crime, and gambling.
 McIntyre, 42, received his undergraduate degree from Connecticut College and his law degree from Suffolk University. A member of the International Masters of Gaming Law, McIntyre said he is eager to build upon the New Hampshire Lottery’s record of accomplishments.
McIntyre lives in Canton, MA, with his wife, Erin - a 1994 graduate of Dartmouth College - and two sons, ages 4 and 2. The family is looking forward to relocating to the Granite State.  He is also a competitive triathlete, completing three Iron Man triathlons including the 1996 Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii.


News Articles

New Hampshire Lottery Announce New Executive Director
Charles McIntyre Brings Broad Industry Expertise to the Granite State
CONCORD, New Hampshire (June 10, 2010) -- The New Hampshire Lottery Commission announced today that Charles R. McIntyre has been selected to serve as the 9th executive director of the nation’s oldest lottery.............Subscribers




 
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