The California Tribal Business Alliance (CTBA) announced today that its Chairwoman, Leslie Lohse, is featured in a podcast interview about tribal gaming and the future of internet gaming.
Chairwoman Lohse, who is regarded as a leading national speaker on tribal gaming, sovereignty and related issues, will also be featured in a movie, currently in production, about the future of Internet poker in the United States.
In addition, Mrs. Lohse will be the featured speaker at a number of presentations at G2E, the world's largest gaming conference. G2E, or Global Gaming Expo, runs from November 16 to November 18 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Chairwoman Lohse will be speaking at a keynote presentation on Thursday, November 18 and will outline her perspective on issues that will shape tribal government gaming in the future. The session, titled "Tribal Crossfire: Native American Leaders Roundtable," will also feature other regional and national tribal leaders.
Chairwoman Lohse will also speak at sessions dealing with the future of internet gaming and tribal economic diversification beyond gaming.
The podcast interview can be found at http://www.thepokermovie.com.