The National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG), the US organisation for people affected by problem gambling and addiction, has announced a new advisory board, featuring a number of executives and senior personnel from across the industry.
The new board will provide advice and guidance to the NCPG in its efforts to support individuals and their families suffering from gambling-related problems.
The board comprises 10 individuals across two groups: emeritus advisors and at-large advisors. All members have been voted onto the board by the NCPG’s board of directors.
Don Feeney, president of Northstar Alliance on Problem Gambling and former research director of the Minnesota State Lottery; and Maureen Greeley, executive director at the Evergreen Council on Problem Gambling, will serve as emeritus advisors.
Other emeritus advisors include Ray Pineault, president and general manager at Mohegan Sun; Steve Crosby, founding board chair of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission; and Marlene Warner, executive director at the Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling.