HomePublicationsNewsletter ArchiveNewslettersVolume 20Issue 1AGEM Appoints Director of Responsible Gaming

On Thursday, January 9, 2014, the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (“AGEM”) announced that it had appointed Connie Jones as its Director of Responsible Gaming. Jones most recently served as the Director of Responsible Gaming for International Game Technologies (“IGT”).

“Appointing Connie to the position of AGEM Director of Responsible Gaming is a natural extension of our organization’s efforts and a reflection of the growing influence of AGEM,” stated Thomas Jingoli, President of AGEM, in a related press release. “She is widely considered the preeminent expert from the supplier side on problem gambling issues and will continue to be at the forefront of an issue our industry is committed to addressing in a smart and thoughtful way.”

Jones has a long and distinguished history addressing problem gaming concerns in the industry. In addition to her prior work with IGT, Jones serves on the Board of the National Council on Problem Gambling, the Nevada Council on Problem Gambling, the Problem Gambling Center, and the Global Gaming Guidance Group. She was appointed by Nevada Governor Jim Gibbons to the Nevada Advisory Committee on Problem Gambling in 2009 and was reappointed to the position in 2013. She also is a member of the International Masters of Gaming Law, where she chairs the Responsible Gaming Committee, and has been honored by Casino Enterprise Managementmagazine as one of the “Great Women in Gaming.”

For more information on Jones and AGEM, please visit AGEM’s website at: http://www.agem.org.


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