Orpheum Theatre Welcomes New Board Members
The Memphis Development Foundation (MDF), the nonprofit organization that operates The Orpheum Theatre, announces that three new members have joined its prestigious Board of Directors: Rick Fogelman, Darold Londo, and Bill Stegbauer.
"We are honored to welcome these three leaders to our Board," said Pat Halloran, Orpheum President and CEO of the Orpheum Theatre and MDF. "These are exciting times for Foundation, and our newest Board Members will bring invaluable resources to the table as we make way for the new Orpheum Centre and a spectacular Broadway Season."
Rick Fogelman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Fogelman Properties
Rick Fogelman is President and CEO of Fogelman Properties, a national multifamily investment company headquartered in Memphis, TN. Rick holds an undergraduate degree in Finance from the University of Texas at Austin and earned his MBA degree from the University of Memphis.
Darold Londo, Senior Vice President and Regional General Manager of Caesars Mid-South
Darold Londo joined Caesars Entertainment in 2003 as Executive Associate to the Vice President of Property Operations at Harrah's and Showboat Atlantic City. In 2006, Londo became Senior Vice President and General Manager of Harrah's Cherokee where Londo and his family were also extremely active participants in the Cherokee and local communities. For the past year Londo has assisted the Caesars Enterprise Shared Services team with active development work in emerging gaming markets. Mr. Londo currently oversees Horseshoe and Tunica Roadhouse casinos in Tunica, Mississippi.
Bill Stegbauer, Community Volunteer
William Stegbauer is married to Dr. Cheryl Stegbauer, a nurse practitioner and professor of nursing at the University of Tennessee Memphis and has two sons: one a former Marine who is now finishing a graduate degree and one who works in the culinary industry. He was an officer in the U.S. Army for six years serving in the U.S. and abroad. He holds degrees from Tulane University and Vanderbilt University.
Orpheum Theatre/Memphis Development Foundation Board Members serve two year terms and are eligible to serve three consecutive terms.