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Neil Peyron

Neil Peyron, Chairman, Tule River Tribe of California

One of our greatest assets are the people working for the tribe who continue to do the best that they can with limited resources. They always come through.
Theresa Jackson

Theresa Jackson, Chief, Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe

We have continued to place an emphasis on education and access to skill development for our team members. We accomplish this using our internal training department that offers an array of industry-leading trainings and workshops.
Russell Buster Attebery

Russell “Buster” Attebery, Chairman, Karuk Tribe

Communicate early and often with your management team. Develop a policy that reflects a proper chain of command so all employees, upper-level to entry-level, feel they were involved in the solution.

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Isaiah Vivanco, Chairman, Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians

We are located in California and are still trying to go through the compacting process for our gaming facility. It's been a lengthy process with the state.
Jamie Stuck

Jamie Stuck, Chairman, Nottawaseppi Huron Band of Potawatomi

Much like the majority of businesses in the hospitality industry, macroeconomic conditions will be playing a significant factor in operations this year.
Kevin Dupuis

Kevin DuPuis, Sr., Tribal Chairperson, Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa

We want to empower our youth – they are our future leaders, and we want to ensure they understand the principles of sovereignty and our treaty rights guaranteed to us under the trust and treaty responsibilities of the United States.
Melvin Baker

Melvin J. Baker, Chairman, Southern Ute Indian Tribe

The Southern Ute Indian Tribe is looking forward to the summer season as we welcome visitors to the Sky Ute Casino Resort.
Marlon WhiteEagle

Marlon WhiteEagle, President, Ho-Chunk Nation

If we can move closer to separating our business from our government, we have made progress. I believe our people know what they want to see for us in terms of success.
William Reynolds

William Reynolds, Chairman, St. Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin

The St. Croix Tribe’s biggest challenge for 2023 is illegal gaming, i.e., the unregulated gaming occurring every day in the State of Wisconsin in the form of multi-denomination/multi-game machines, poker, pull tabs, dice games, and sports boards.
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