BMM’s Next Generation Initiative provides access to financial and educational resources, helping to secure the success of Tribal communities, their future Tribal leaders and the protection of Tribal sovereignty for today, and tomorrow’s generations.
Jodi Dilascio, BMM’s Director of Tribal Gaming commented “BMM is pleased and honored to have been able to make donations to UNITY and the NTGC/R scholarship fund at this year’s Indian Gaming show. BMM is committed to ensuring that we can provide our ongoing support both to these and other worthwhile Tribal organizations through our Next Generation program.”
Travis Foley, BMM’s EVP Operations – Americas presented each organization with a check donation at this year’s Indian Gaming show.
Present at the ceremony was NIGA’s Chairman, Ernie Stevens, Aaron Leaureaux, Midwest Youth Council Representative from UNITY, Novalie McDarment, Director of Surveillance of Tule River Gaming Commission, Celeste Hughes, Chairwomen, Soboba Gaming Commission and Jamie Hummingbird, Director of Cherokee Nation Gaming Commission representing NTGC/R’s Scholarship Committee.