Chairwoman Teri Gobin

Teri Gobin, Chairwoman, Tulalip Tribes

We had additional closures when rioters and looters came through our area. We had to make immediate decisions to close our whole Quil Ceda Village area down and had police barricades everywhere. The word went out and tribal members helped guard the area along with the police...
Janet K. Bill

Janet K. Bill, Chairperson, Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians

Our tribe encourages strong leadership within our casino and all our entities. From our tribal youth education and scholarship programs to our internship opportunities, we recognize the importance of creating leadership development initiatives for our tribal members.
Charles Martin

Charles Martin, Tribal Chairman, Morongo Band of Mission Indians

From our leadership on issues impacting Indian Country to advancing our business enterprises and providing services to our tribal members, the Morongo Band of Mission Indians expects 2022 to be an extremely busy year full of opportunity and promise.
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.
Austin Lowes

Austin Lowes, Chairman, Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians

The goal for the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians and Kewadin Casinos is to reinvest into our current assets. By doing this, we will be able to pivot to the new gaming industry trends, which will enable us to continue to be a local economic driver to the areas we serve.
Gwendena Lee-Gatewood

Gwendena Lee-Gatewood, Chairwoman, White Mountain Apache Tribe

We have strived to find a balance between addressing public health concerns while still providing recreation and economic stability for our tribe and people.
Lloyd Mathiesen

Lloyd Mathiesen, Chairman, Chicken Ranch Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians of CA

Initially, we closed down our casino for two and a half months, and after we reopened, we moved forward with tough restrictions. Prior to COVID-19, our legal occupancy was just under 800, and since we’ve reopened, we are only allowing 425 people in the casino at a time.
Anthony Roberts

Anthony Roberts, Chairman, Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation

Anthony Roberts, ChairmanYocha Dehe Wintun NationCache Creek Casino Resort – Brooks, CAcachecreek.com / yochadehe.gov BENEFITS OF GAMING: Tribal gaming has...
W. Ron Allen

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

Tribes are making difficult and dramatic choices to protect our communities, tribal citizens and employees’ health and safety from the devastating impacts of the COVID-19 crisis.
Joe James

Joe James, Chairman, Yurok Tribe

The Yurok Tribe is in the middle of a major growth period, which is both challenging and rewarding. We are developing multiple businesses in environmental restoration, commercial construction and telecommunications.
National Council on Problem Gambling

NCPG Launches Tribal Advisory Council

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG), the only national non-profit organization that seeks to reduce the economic and...
Chicksaw USDA Climate-Smart grant

Chickasaw Nation Collaborates on $5 Million USDA Climate-Smart Grant

ADA, OK – Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby and Murray State College President Dr. Tim Faltyn recently acknowledged their respective institutions’ partnership...

Osage Nation Completes Tribe’s First-Ever Census

PAWHUSKA, OK – Osage Nation has announced the completion of the first-ever Osage Nation census. In 2022, the Osage Nation Congress enacted a...
Jamul hotel topping off

Jamul Casino Holds Topping Off of New Hotel Tower

JAMUL, CA – The Jamul Indian Village Development Corporation (JIVDC), a wholly-owned enterprise of the Jamul Indian Village Tribe, celebrated a milestone...