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Morgan Joins Nevada Gaming Commission

Morgan Joins Nevada Gaming Commission

Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval recently appointed Sandra Douglass Morgan (l.) to a four-year term on the Nevada Gaming Commission. Morgan replaces former state Senator Randolph Townsend, who completed two four-year terms. She is just the second woman to serve on the commission.

Morgan is director of external affairs for AT&T Southern Nevada. She is responsible for managing legislative and community affairs activities for the company, and works closely with community leaders, legislators and other policymakers to help people become more familiar with technology.

Previously, Morgan served as a litigation attorney for MGM Mirage, the predecessor to MGM Resorts International. She also served as the city attorney for the city of North Las Vegas.

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