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National Indian Gaming Association

Created in 1985, NIGA is a nonprofit trade association that promotes the economic, political, and social interests of American Indians through its legislative and educational endeavors. The organization is an important resource concerning Indian gaming matters.

224 Second Street Southeast
Washington, District of Columbia 20003-1943
United States

Main Phone:
(202) 546-7711
(202) 546-1755


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Upcoming and Past Events
17-20 April 2018
Las Vegas, Nevada
19-21 September 2017
Phoenix, Arizona
18-19 July 2017
Washington, District of Columbia
Ernest L. Stevens Jr.
Danielle Her Many Horses
Deputy Executive Director and General Counsel
David Bean
Vice Chair
Veronica Watters
Legislative Director
Debbie Thundercloud
Chief of Staff
Mary Charlotte Grayson
Tradeshow Coordinator
Jason Giles
Executive Director
Mimi Hoang
Reception and Website Administrator
Maria Ferguson
Office Manager
Vanessa Little
Executive Assistant
Angelica Molina
Business Manager
National Indian Gaming Association News
VGT contributes $250,000 to NIGA
4 Aug 2017
At the National Indian Gaming Association Legislative Summit in Washington, VGT President Jay Sevigny presented NIGA Chairman Ernie Stevens with a five-year commitment in support of NIGA's Capital Building Fund. read more »

NIGA 2017 announces first Keynote Address
30 Mar 2017
The panel will bring together the leaders of the National Indian Gaming Association, American Gaming Association, National Indian Gaming Commission and National Congress of American Indians on the stage together for the first time. read more »

National Indian Gaming Association will honor casting director with Chairman's Leadership Award
21 Mar 2017
Native American Film and Television Casting Director Tricia Wood will receive the award during the Indian Gaming Tradeshow and Convention in San Diego, California. read more »

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