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Presented By: Native American Student Association

Native American Heritage Month at The University of Michigan - Stephen M. Ross School of Business

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Celebrate Native American Heritage Month by learning all about sovereign tribal economic development occurring right here in Michigan! Inherent tribal sovereignty allows for tribes to determine their own economic development pathways. Join us as we speak with CEOs and leaders of tribal enterprises from western Michigan to Milwaukee, WI. Learn about the resilience of tribes today building businesses for tomorrow's tribal communities. This will be a two panel event, with the first panel focused on tribal gaming, how it developed and how it is now incorporating sports betting; and the second panel will focus on non-gaming related economic development.

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"Indian Casino Gaming Yesterday, Indian Sports Betting Tomorrow"
+ How did tribes establish Indian casino gaming and how are tribes building Indian sports betting?

Matthew Fletcher, University of Michigan Professor of Law
Dominic Ortiz, CEO Potawatomi Casino
Frank Temcumseh, CEO Firekeepers Casino
Mary Smith, Executive VP of Casino Operations for Four Winds
Dawn McGrady, Director of Finance for Little River Casino and Resort

"Acquiring and deploying capital via tribal VCs, PEs, and non-gaming tribal enterprises"
+ Opportunities and challenges of lending on sovereign tribal lands and how tribes overcome this to develop and grow tribal enterprises.

John Shagonaby, VP Board of Directors
Monica King CEO Gun Lake Investments
Tanya Gibbs, Partner - Rosette LLP
Julio Martinez, CEO Mno-Bmadsen
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