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Tribal Leader Roundtable

Bill Anoatubby

Bill Anoatubby, Governor, Chickasaw Nation

The Chickasaw Nation places a high priority on maintaining law and order while ensuring the safety, security, and individual rights of our citizens.
Stephen Cope

Stephen W. Cope, Chairman, San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians

This crisis has impacted our tribe considerably. About 140 of our members are elders, and many of them rely on the income generated from our gaming enterprise.
Andrew Dru Alejandre

Andrew “Dru” Alejandre, Chairman, Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians

All of our investments are designed to drive sustainable businesses and be a resource to support the well-being of our people and our surrounding communities, now and in the future.​

W. Ron Allen, Tribal Chairman/CEO, Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe

As we move deeper into 2021, we find ourselves doing our part to defeat the pandemic and get back to normal. This current health care dilemma has been an adjustment for both our tribal governmental operation and our businesses.
Craig Harper

Craig Harper, Chief, Peoria Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma

Like many tribal and public casinos across the nation, navigating the COVID-19 pandemic and aftermath is our Enterprises toughest business challenge.
Reggie Wassana

Reggie Wassana, Governor, Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes

We are always trying to create a tribal ecosystem that will produce invaluable results for further generations.
Chief Roy Whitney-Onespot

Roy Whitney-Onespot, Chief, Tsuut’ina Nation

This is a time to remember and honor the ones who have passed, while learning more about injustices and generational impacts that are felt in all First Nations. We also are filled with hope that it can be an opportunity to advance reconciliation and renew relationships based on recognition of rights, respect, and partnership.
Marcellus W. Osceola

Marcellus W. Osceola, Jr., Chairman, Seminole Tribe of Florida

Through a combination of official orders, broadcast briefings and personal appeals, the Seminole Tribe has been relentless in educating its members about the importance of staying home, social distancing, wearing face coverings, washing their hands and reporting the first COVID-19 symptoms.
Chuck Hoskin

Chuck Hoskin, Jr., Principal Chief, Cherokee Nation

Cherokee Nation has remained steadfast in its efforts to prioritize the health and safety of its tribal citizens, team members and guests above all else. We’re working with our partners at the state and federal levels to help the communities within our reservation and build back the local economy.
Melissa Darden

Melissa Darden, Chairman, Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana

There have been many challenges in 2021, namely staffing and keeping our community safe; but, there have also been opportunities as it relates to CARES and ARPA funds. Tribal nations have never witnessed such a large investment into Indian Country and it is unlikely that we will ever see this again in our lifetime.
Navajo Speaker Crystalyne Curley

Crystalyne Curley To Serve As Speaker of 25th Navajo Nation Council

WINDOW ROCK, AZ – The 25th Navajo Nation Council convened this week for the opening day of the winter Council session and elected...
IGT Prosperity Link

IGT To Showcase Player-Driven Portfolio at ICE London 2023

LONDON, UK – International Game Technology (IGT) will present a diverse portfolio of top-performing games, cabinets, systems and solutions at the ICE...
Bryant Phillips

FireKeepers Names Bryant Phillips VP of Human Resources

BATTLE CREEK, MI – Bryant Phillips, a member of the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi (NHBP), has been named Vice President of...
Pechanga Tribal Government

Monterey Park Victims Fund Receives $100,000 Contribution From Pechanga

TEMECULA, CA – The Monterey Park Lunar New Year Victims Fund has received a $100,000 contribution from the Pechanga Band of Indians....