JACK Entertainment Taps VP of Diversity

Kathryn M. Hall will join JACK Entertainment as its vice president of diversity and inclusion. The Cleveland native will use her extensive experience to develop a strategy to improve inclusion and diversity at the gaming company.

Kathryn M. Hall has joined JACK Entertainment as vice president of diversity and inclusion, pending regulatory approvals. Hall will develop a diversity, equity, and inclusion strategy for the Cleveland-based gaming company.

“We are excited to welcome Kathryn to the JACK Family as her extensive background and impressive expertise in the field of diversity and inclusion, both professionally and personally, will be a valuable addition to our leadership team,” said Brian Eby, president of JACK Entertainment.

Hall, a Cleveland native, arrives with more than two decades of experience, most recently with Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District. During her tenure, the organization earned numerous awards for its work in the area of diversity, both locally and nationally. Hall also served as the chief diversity officer for Case Western Reserve University and Cuyahoga Community College.

She has a Master’s degree in psychology from Cleveland State University.

She also holds a certification as an executive coach from the Case Western Reserve University Weatherhead School of Management.

Outside of her official duties, Hall serves as a mentor and champion to business professionals, women and young professionals, including acting as board chair for the Council for Economic Opportunities in Greater Cleveland, board member for the Greater Cleveland Urban Film Festival; the Commission on Economic Inclusion; the United Black Fund of Cleveland; and the United Negro College Fund of Northeast Ohio.