Jodi DiLascio, vice president of business development for AmericanChecked Inc., has been elected to serve a two-year, non-voting term on the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) executive board. 
DiLascio is one of two elected for a two-year term with the goal of providing a voice for associate members of NIGA who do business in tribal gaming. The other elected associate member rep is Russell Witt, director of operations and business development-Class II for Ainsworth Game Technology. In addition to representing fellow associate members, DiLascio and Witt will contribute to the committee developing content for the educational tracks of NIGA's midyear and annual conferences, participate in legislative summits and commissioner training, and recruit new associate members. 
"It is my honor to serve the member representatives of NIGA," says DiLascio. Prior to joining AmericanChecked in October of 2015, DiLascio was the director of tribal gaming for BMM Testlabs and previously worked for Harrah's Entertainment.