The Arizona Indian Gaming Association
The Arizona Indian Gaming Association (“AIGA”), a 501 (c) 6 non-profit organization,
has a membership of 17 tribes representing 90% of the Indian people living on reservations in Arizona.
AIGA was established on November 21, 1994, by Arizona tribal leaders. The Association is committed to advancing the lives of Indian peoples – economically, socially, and politically – so Indian tribes in Arizona can achieve their goal of self-reliance.
The Association is committed to protecting and promoting the general welfare of tribes striving for self-reliance by supporting tribal gaming enterprises on Arizona Indian lands. Speaking on behalf of its member tribes with one, unified voices, AIGA serves as a clearinghouse and educational, legislative and public policy resource for tribes, policymakers and the public on Indian gaming issues and tribal community development. This organization is deeply committed to maintaining and protecting Indian sovereign governmental authority.
Current membership of AIGA includes: Ak-Chin Indian Community, Cocopah Tribe, Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, Fort Mojave Tribe, Gila River Indian Community, Havasupai Tribe, Hualapai Tribe, Kaibab-Paiute Tribe, the Navajo Nation, Pascua Yaqui Tribe, Quechan Tribe, Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, San Carlos Apache Tribe,, Tohono O'odham Nation, White Mountain Apache Tribe, Yavapai-Apache Nation, and Zuni Tribe.
Valerie Spicer is Executive Director of the Arizona Indian Gaming
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