The International Association of Gaming Advisors (IAGA) has appointed Kirsten Clark as executive director, with immediate effect.
Ms Clark (pictured) will oversee the association’s daily operations.
The organisation’s work includes providing opportunities for professional education and information sharing among its members. The membership includes gaming industry attorneys, senior executives, financial advisors, regulators, consultants and academics.
Ms Clark has more than 10 years of experience in the global gaming industry. She was most recently senior vice president and chief operating officer for Asia at casino technology supplier Gaming Partners International Corp. There she was in charge of expanding the company’s day-to-day business operations throughout Asia and the Pacific Rim while simultaneously overseeing GPI’s global marketing and product management divisions.
Her gaming industry experience also includes strategic marketing, public relations and events management experience for the then Shuffle Master Inc, where she served as vice president of worldwide marketing for several years.
“I am thrilled that Kirsten has joined IAGA as executive director, as she brings with her an expansive knowledge of the worldwide gaming industry that will be an invaluable asset to our organisation,” commented IAGA president Katie Lever.
“With its long-standing commitment to providing gaming industry executives with collaborative forums where they can meet to discuss important issues facing our industry, IAGA plays an important role in the ongoing development of global gaming, and I am excited to be part of its next phase,” said Ms Clark.
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