Valerie Spicer Named To Arizona Indian Gaming Post

Valerie Spicer recently was named deputy director of the Arizona Indian Gaming Association. She was selected from 80 candidates by tribal leaders during a national search to fill the newly created post.

Spicer offers 26 years of gaming experience in both the private and public sectors. Most recently, as CEO of Gaming Strategies Group, she promoted business development with Tribal enterprises and governments and consulted with tribal and individually-owned businesses. In addition she has served as a consultant to the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association, Casino Omaha, Global Gaming Group, Arizona Indian Gaming Association and Dick Clark Signature Entertainment.

Spicer also was vice president and general manager at Borrego Springs Bank, and provided marketing and public relations services to Viejas Enterprises.

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