The International Center for Responsible Gambling (ICRG) proudly announces that Nicole Scott has joined the organization as its new Director of Tribal Nations Relations and Communications. In this role, Scott will be responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with tribal communities and organizations and overseeing all communications and outreach efforts for the ICRG.
Scott brings extensive experience in the gaming industry and a strong commitment to responsible gambling practices. Prior to joining the ICRG, she served as a consultant to tribal governments and casinos.
"We are excited to welcome Nicole to our team," said Art Paikowsky, President of ICRG. "Her extensive experience in tribal relations and communications makes her a perfect fit for our organization. We are confident that she will be an asset in advancing our mission of funding research to mitigate potential harms to players and promoting responsible gambling practices."
Scott expressed her excitement at joining the ICRG and working with a team of passionate professionals. "The organization has a strong commitment to responsible gambling practices," she said, "and I look forward to working with tribal communities and organizations to promote these practices."
Scott's appointment comes at a time when responsible gambling practices are becoming increasingly important in the gaming industry. As more and more states in the U.S. legalize sports betting and other forms of gambling, there is a growing need for organizations like the ICRG to fund research to promote safe gambling practices.
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The ICRG is the global leader in scientific research on gambling disorder and responsible gaming. It is supported by gambling operators and related manufacturers and businesses. For more information, visit www.icrg.org.
Nicole Scott, Director of Tribal Nations Relations and Communication
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