Caitlin Stojanovich has been named Jackpocket’s first Chief of Staff, as the lottery app seeks to expand its product offerings and accelerate growth.
Stojanovich previously served as Chief of Staff at ADS, a defense and government supply company, where she scaled company strategy and objectives across multiple global jurisdictions.
Stojanovich also worked to improve ADS’ corporate communications and public relations policies, as well as overseeing the company’s objectives and key results framework.
Stojanovich will join the Jackpocket leadership team and work alongside CEO Peter Sullivan, the leadership team, and the board of directors to implement strategic initiatives.
“We are thrilled to welcome Caitlin to the leadership team as Jackpocket accelerates its growth,” Sullivan said.
“With Caitlin driving alignment, engagement, and continuous improvement across our organization, we’re poised to continue our headcount, geographical footprint, and product offerings growth.”
Stojanovich will be responsible for increasing the productivity of the leadership team, as well as overseeing cross-functional initiatives and identifying new business opportunities.
“It felt like fate that Jackpocket opened a second headquarters in my hometown of Santa Barbara,” Stojanovich said.
“It is an honor to join Jackpocket at such a critical juncture in the company’s history, and I look forward to facilitating its continued forward momentum as a gaming industry innovator.”
Jackpocket published a Q2 review of the state of digital lottery play in the United States earlier this month, reporting increases in lottery play for the 12 states in which the company operates, including New York, New Jersey, and Texas.