The American Gaming Association (AGA) meetings coordinator supports the organization’s guiding principles of building an inclusive membership that’s representative of the industry in its totality, providing open and transparent process on AGA decisions that impact casino-gaming industry and working collaborative to promote a pro-gaming agenda.
As a member of the industry services team, the coordinator plays an essential role in supporting AGA-member programs. Reporting to the senior director of member relations, and in partnership with AGA industry services team, this leader works to elevate AGA’s member and industry events, supports educational program and on-site logistics for the AGA’s family of Global Gaming Expo (G2E) events and ensures accurate attendance list, participation and database management.
The ideal candidate is a proactive, collaborative and impeccably organized with a keen attention to detail and superior hospitality and customer service skills.
About AGA Headquartered in Washington, D.C., the AGA is the premier national trade group representing the $240 billion U.S. casino gaming industry, which supports 1.7 million jobs in 40 states. It is the mission of the AGA to achieve sound policies and regulations consistent with casino gaming’s modern appeal and vast economic contributions.
Culture is an important dynamic of the AGA. We work hard and also know how to have fun! The successful candidate will be a high-energy, self-starter who thrives in a fast-paced environment, embraces change and shifting priorities, and enjoys working collaboratively with peers to effect meaningful change.
Member Event Development and Execution
Manages all event logistics, including all vendors and contractors, as well as on-site support for AGA staff and setup and post-event reconciliation.
Collaborates with staff to leverage existing assets and execute events and programs in a fiscally responsible manner.
Executes logistical needs for AGA Board-related events, including Board and committee meetings, CEO Roundtable and other current/future meetings and events.
Supports related event communications information, including save the date, RSVP, before-you-go details, run of show, etc.
Reviews and assists with the development of event invitation lists to ensure quality over quantity, and coordinates the attendance of key members as directed.
Identifies, solicits and confirms speakers; manages speakers’ needs, leading up to and on-site during events.