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Sycuan Institute

Background Information

Employment History

Associate Professor
San Diego State University

Visiting Scholar and Managing Director of the Center for California Native Nations
University of California , Riverside

Affiliations

Board Member
National Center for Responsible Gaming

Members
Responsible Gaming Committee

Welcome MPIOC's Newest Member
MPIOC

Board Member
National Council on Problem Gambling , Inc.

Board Member
Nevada Gaming Control Board

Founder
Rosette , LLP

Education

M.B.A.

UCR

M.B.A.

University of California at Riverside

M.B.A.
entrepreneurial management
University of California

MBA

University of California Riverside

Ph.D
anthropology
University of California Santa Cruz

Ph.D.

San Diego State University

Ph.D.
Cultural Anthropology
University of California , Santa Cruz

Ph.D.
anthropology
University of California

Ph.D. Associate Professor

L. Robert Payne School of Hospitality and Tourism Management

doctorate
anthropology
University of California at Santa Cruz

master
business administration
San Diego State University

master's degree

George Washington University

master's degree

The George Washington University

previous degrees

George Washington University

previous degrees

University of Hawaii

undergraduate degree

University of Hawaii

Web References (187 Total References)


Katherine Spilde, Ph.D., San ...

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Katherine Spilde, Ph.D., San Diego State University, Chair, Sycuan Institute on Tribal Gaming


Editorial Team

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Katherine Spilde, San Diego State University


BEVERLY, MASS - The National Center ...

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BEVERLY, MASS - The National Center for Responsible Gaming (NCRG) today announced three significant additions to its governing Board of Directors: Bo Bernhard, Ph.D., executive director of the International Gaming Institute (IGI) at University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Thomas Jingoli, chief compliance officer and senior vice president at Konami Gaming, Inc.; and Katherine Spilde, Ph.D., M.B.A., chair of the Sycuan Institute on Tribal Gaming and associate professor in the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at San Diego State University.

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"Bo, Tom and Katherine will be incredibly valuable members of the NCRG Board of Directors as we continue to advance our mission to help disordered gamblers through the highest quality scientific research about gambling disorder and responsible gaming.
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Dr. Spilde is a cultural anthropologist specializing in tribal economic and community development. In her role as Endowed Chair, she developed the first 4-year degree in tribal casino operations management. Her areas of research include the economic and social impacts of tribal government gaming, responsible gaming and corporate social responsibility. She has worked with more than 100 tribal governments on economic development and gaming issues and does applied work on intergovernmental relations, business development and tribal public health. Dr. Spilde has served as a liaison to the NCRG on responsible gaming programs and is a member of the NCRG Conference on Gambling and Addiction planning committee.


Katherine Spilde, PhD, ...

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Katherine Spilde, PhD, Chair, Sycuan Institute on Tribal Gaming, Invited

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Katherine Spilde, PhD, is Chair of the Sycuan Institute on Tribal Gaming, San Diego State University. She is a cultural anthropologist specializing in tribal government gaming.


Gambling Disorders 360 °: the NCRG blog

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Kate Spilde and Dr. Miriam Jorgenson Speak at the NCRG Conference

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The session began with a short presentation from Kate Spilde, chair of the Sycuan Institute on Tribal Gaming and associate professor at San Diego State University. Ms. Spilde provided two key resources on building successful research partnerships with tribal communities: the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) report, "Walk Softly and Listen Carefully," and the Betty Ford Institute's "Seme7 (Non-Native) Counselor in a First Nations: A Story of Professional/Personal Growth and Transformation."

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