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Biography:
Hudson joined Louisiana Lottery as it was starting up during the Buddy Roemer administration after serving as a legislative fiscal analyst. She earned multiple promotions in the year she was there, going from budget director to executive resources director and later to executive resources director/online game coordinator.
After leaving Louisiana Lottery and serving posts in the Louisiana Department of Social Services and the Department of Education, Hudson returned in March 2000 as senior vice president of human resources and legislative relations.
During her stints, Hudson fostered relationships that helped her acquire the skills necessary to make the progression from the technicalities of fiscal analysis to the broader scope of administration. “I still today am mentored,” Hudson says. “And there are people who probably don’t recognize they’re mentors to me.”
Hudson spent six years heading human resources, making efforts to travel the regional offices and learn the needs of employees. She also was taking the time to attend conventions and learn the finer points of the business end of the organization. When Randy Davis stepped down as head of the corporation in 2006, Hudson was chosen as his successor.

News Articles

Louisiana Lottery President Named Influential Woman in Business
LOUISIANA, USA (June 15, 2007) — Louisiana Lottery President Rose Hudson is pictured here with her husband, Donovan, at the Business Report’s luncheon honoring the 2007 Influential Women in Business. Read the full story

Governor Confirms Interim Lottery President
LOUISIANA (June 27, 2006) — Rose J. Hudson was confirmed today by Governor Kathleen Blanco, as the fourth president of the Louisiana Lottery Corporation. Read the full story at: Vol.35 No.13

Lottery Board Names Interim President
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana, USA (March 14, 2006) — The Louisiana Lottery Corporation announced today that its board of directors has named Rose Hudson Interim President The Louisiana Lottery Corporation.
Hudson, who serves as the Lottery’s senior vice president of human resources and legislative affairs, will temporarily fill the position vacated by President Randy Davis. Davis recently tendered his resignation to the board in order to pursue an opportunity in the private sector with Future System Advisors, LLC, a Baton Rouge-based development firm of wealth management systems and life insurance product design concepts. “While we’re truly going to miss Randy’s leadership, we’re confident that Rose will continue to carry out the Lottery’s mission with the same unquestionable degree of integrity and public trust that has been a hallmark of the Lottery’s operations,” said Board Chairman Carl Bauer.
SOURCE Louisiana Lottery

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A Statement from Louisiana Lottery President/CEO Rose J. Hudson

By-Appointment-Only at Lottery Claims Offices to Begin Monday

In the matter of a week, the impact of COVID-19 on our day-to-day personal lives and business situations has reached unprecedented proportions in Louisiana.

At the Lottery, the safety and health of our employees, players and retail partners has been and will continue to be our highest priority, as we all do our part to combat this virus in our state.

On March 13, the Governor issued a proclamation with initiatives to curb the spread of COVID-19. One part of these efforts called for minimizing face-to-face interactions at state buildings.

One way that the Lottery has addressed this recommendation is by implementing telecommuting for much of our workforce, which employs special technologies that allow us to continue collaboration and management of operations.

We have also implemented social distancing at our distribution center to continue to fulfill instant ticket orders to retailers who remain open for business and in our headquarters and regional offices where we are operating with fewer staff on-site.

As an additional precaution, beginning Monday March 23, the Lottery made the very difficult decision to make its locations available to the public on a by-appointment-only basis.

Players wishing to claim winning tickets of $600 or more can contact a Prize Payment representative at 225- 297-2130 for information on scheduling an appointment.

For all other prizes, players should visit www.louisianalottery.com/claim for more information on ways to claim. While winning tickets can be claimed by mail, the Lottery reminds players that by law, an original ticket is required for prize payment and therefore there is no recourse for tickets lost in transit.

The Lottery recognizes and regrets the inconvenience this new method may cause our players with tickets winning a large amount. In these uncertain times, the ultimate goal must be the safety and welfare of our entire Louisiana community, including our employees and players.

While WE all are not strangers to adapting to emergency situations, this one is unprecedented, very fluid and subject to change. We continue to monitor state and federal officials for new information on how to proceed and will be communicating our plans to resume claims office access as the situation changes.

Be safe and take care of yourselves. Let’s stay connected as we all work through this together.

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Help is available by calling 1-877-770-7867

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