Three women proudly hold positions as general managers at three properties of Station Casinos.

The first job that Stacy Stagg, general manager of Fiesta Rancho, had was working as a line cook/dishwasher. She moved with her family to Las Vegas and joined Station Casinos as a food server in 1995 to help to open Texas Station. Encouraged to go into management, Stagg has held a number of positions before being promoted to general manager in 2015.

Women GMs_credit L.E. Baskow_Greenspun Media GroupCarol Thompson, general manager of Green Valley Ranch Resort, first began her career as an executive administrative assistant and worked her way up. She has held numerous positions in the casino industry, and when she was director of marketing at Santa Fe Station, she decided to go back to school and finish her degree, which she did in 2005. Thompson was the general manager of Santa Fe Station and Texas Station before transferring to Green Valley Ranch Resort.

Texas Station General Manager Lydia Mason first got her start in gaming working in the Midwest in various positions including as a beverage server and in table games and slots. During that time, Mason also attended Nebraska Wesleyan University, obtaining her bachelor’s degree in business administration. Mason joined Station Casinos as vice president and assistant general manager of Boulder Station and was promoted to general manager in 2014.

From left: Stacy Stagg, general manager of Fiesta Rancho; Carol Thompson, general manager of Green Valley Ranch Resort; Lydia Mason, general manager of Texas Station.

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