Executive Director

The Executive Director will act in partnership with the Board of Directors to enhance the outcomes of all CCPG functions to be one of the nation’s leaders in problem gambling services.  The ED will direct the results of the shared vision plan and engage all of CCPG’s key stakeholders in that effort.

Responsible for stewardship of CCPG’s human, material and fiscal assets, the ED provides oversight for policies and practices that leverage the roles of staff and funders to effectively engage people impacted by gambling disorder across Connecticut.  The ED’s important outward-facing responsibilities are to expand the CCPG’s visibility and create opportunities for significant strategic partnerships and financial support.  The ED will build relationships with corporate, nonprofit, government and funding communities by representing CCPG at strategic functions and influential speaking opportunities.




Communications and Prevention Manager

The Communications Manager is primarily responsible for writing and/or editing content for print and electronic materials across CCPG’s work and delivering content across CCPG’s programs in Connecticut.  S/he will create and maintain a tone and a brand that is consistent among general population tools, such as the website and social media apps, and for high-risk population tools, such as trainings, curricula, outreach materials, fact sheets, and intervention brochures.  The Communications and Prevention Manager will be responsible for utilizing evidence-based data, preferably from Connecticut, to identify, package, and disseminate the program results, resources, and success stories of CCPG.



Please send a cover letter and resume to Mui Mui Hin-McCormick at muimuihm@ccpg.org