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Eileen Moore (2010-13)
Regional President & General Manager
Horseshoe Casino and Hotel Southern Indiana
Eileen Moore is the Regional President and General Manager of Horseshoe Casino and Hotel Southern Indiana. Harrah’s Entertainment, Inc. is the world’s largest casino entertainment company with over 80,000 employees and $8.9 billion in annual revenues. In this position, Moore is responsible for 1,700 engaged employees and all operations at the property.
Prior to her current position, Moore was the Assistant General Manager of Harrah’s New Orleans, the only land-based casino in Louisiana, where she was responsible for operations including the casino, hotel, marketing, entertainment, and information technology. She transitioned to that role after serving as Vice President of Slot Revenue Management for Harrah’s Entertainment. In that capacity she was tasked with increasing overall slot floor profitability and oversaw the strategic direction and policy as it relates to the selection, pricing, and placement of slot machine product across 40 properties. Moore also held the role of Executive Assistant to the CEO, COO, and CFO for two years. Moore has earned Harrah’s highest honors as a recipient of both the Chairman’s Award and the Excellence in Leadership Award.
Before joining Harrah’s in 1999, Moore was the National Director of Revenue Management for Fairmont Hotels LP in San Francisco. She has also held several revenue management and hotel operations roles with Hilton Hotels at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City.
Moore is a graduate of Cornell University with a Bachelor of Science degree from the School of Hotel Administration. She also holds an Executive MBA from the Kellogg School of Business at Northwestern University. Moore is currently on the Dean’s Advisory Board of Directors for the Hilton College of Hospitality at the University of Houston and is the Treasurer of the Horseshoe Foundation of Floyd County, an organization that awards millions of dollars in grants and scholarships each year to residents of Floyd County. She is also a past board member for the Louisiana Children’s Museum. Moore has been named as a Woman Worth Watching by Profiles in Diversity Journal, is on the Women’s Leadership Council for the United Way, and is active with Habitat for Humanity.
Moore, her husband, Edward, and son, Eddie, reside in Floyds Knobs and thoroughly enjoy the history, culture, sports, and flavor of the Greater Louisville area.