NCPG to enforce engagement through new appointment

The council has appointed Deanna Wilken as its new communications manager.

US.- The National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG) has revealed that Deanna Wilken is its new communications manager, and is set to oversee all of the organisation’s external communications and outreach efforts, among other things.

Keith Whyte, NCPG executive director, explained that with Wilken’s capabilities they are targeting their communications efforts on increasing the depth and breadth of of their work, while continuing to engage with current members.

“We are very pleased to announce this new appointment with NCPG. Deanna will bring new ideas and build on the council’s existing structure, to carry forward our communications work on all platforms,” he added.

Wilken said that NCPG is already doing good work in communicating to a variety of stakeholders, and that she is excited to shape the efforts as new trends evolve in the gambling industry. “I look forward to working with NCPG’s team in their efforts to promote and expand their messaging on problem gambling and responsible gambling,” she said.

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