Native America Action Attends Women In Tribal Gaming Symposium

Pictured above is Native America Action’s Raven Morgan, LaRenda Morgan, and Kristen McCormick attending this event.

The Tribal Gaming Protection Network’s second annual Women In Tribal Gaming Symposium was held on February 13th and 14th at the Morongo Casino Resort and Spa in Cabazon, California. Native America Action’s Kristen McCormick, LaRenda Morgan, and Raven Morgan attended this year’s event. Kristen McCormick is the Director of Legislative Affairs; LaRenda Morgan is the Director of Native Candidate Relations and Outreach; and Raven Morgan is a Native America Action Outreach volunteer. Their attendance of this important event signifies Native America Action and the Native America SuperPAC’s focus on Native Sovereignty, which has an important intersection with Tribal Gaming. Tribal Gaming faces significant challenges currently in various states across the country, and as such this is a high priority for the Native America SuperPAC.

LaRenda Morgan (middle) with the Chairman of the Tribal Gaming Protection Network, Andrew Hofstetter (left), and Forest County Potawatomi Gaming Commission Compliance Officer Jamie Kellicut (right).

The Tribal Gaming Protection Network (TPGN) promotes and facilitates diverse topics in education, training, and networking amongst tribes for the purpose of protecting tribal sovereignty, governments, and gaming entities against internal and external threats. The Women in Tribal Gaming Symposium focuses on professional and social enrichment with breakout sessions topics on professional development as well as TPGN’s initiative on Human Trafficking. The Tribal Gaming Protection Network can be found at www.tgpnglobal.com.

Pictured above are Native America Action Directors Kristen McCormick (Left) and LaRenda Morgan (Right) at the Morongo Casino, Resort, and Spa for the Women In Tribal Gaming Symposium

Native America Action and the Native America SuperPAC is NON-partisan and Native First, focused on protecting Native Sovereignty, and Native Culture by holding Federal and State elected officials of all political parties accountable for the legislative decisions they make that impact Tribal Governments, Native Communities, and Native Families. Funding for Native America Action and the Native America SuperPAC comes from concerned citizens and organizations.

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