Marc Young began his tribal gaming career with the Tribe’s enterprise as a Security Officer in 2013. One year later he was hired as a third shift Surveillance operator with the Gaming Commission.
In the two years that he has worked for the Tribe, he embraced new challenges and progressed towards the Commissioner level leadership. In June of 2015, he was accepted into the Mentorship Program where he impressed everyone with his drive, sincerity and dedication to understanding tribal ethics and regulation. Marc strives to build a bright future for Tribal Sovereignty.
Marc was appointed a Gaming Commissioner on November 5th, 2015. Upon his appointment as a Commissioner, Marc successfully completed the Gaming Commission’s Mentorship Program.
In early 2015, Thomasina Aguirre was appointed to the Forest County Potawatomi Gaming Commission (FCPGC) and elected Secretary. Thomasina completed the Internship Program for the Gaming Commission in 2012, which led to her employment in the Investigations-Licensing Division for the Gaming Commission where she worked for two years.
Thomasina is excited to embrace this latest opportunity with the FCPGC. She prides herself as a self-motivated, driven individual who strives to make things more effective and efficient.
Thomasina has been with Forest County Potawatomi Gaming Enterprise for the last two years working as an investigator. She began her career in gaming as a security officer at Milwaukee Casino in 1997. In between Thomasina took some time off from her gaming career to have a family and attend school.
Steven is an Enrolled Forest County Potawatomi tribal member and is currently employed by the Forest County Potawatomi Tribe of Wisconsin as a Gaming Commissioner. Steven is a Veteran of the United States Navy.
He has both lived and worked in Northern Wisconsin for over 20 years. He has spent the last few years going through the Gaming Commission Internship program, then employed as a Regulatory Compliance Officer and on to his current position as a Gaming Commissioner. With an industry that is experiencing technological advancements in its equipment and associated devices, Commissioner Genett believes it is in honor to serve and appreciates maintaining the integrity of the Tribes Regulatory responsibilities that are set by Tribal, Federal and State laws.
Carlton Stealer has served as one of the Gaming Commissioners for the Forest County Potawatomi Gaming Commission since November of 2017. His career in tribal gaming is very fresh, starting in January of 2017 when he entered in the Internship Program provided by the Commission. Upon completion he was quickly appointed to the Gaming Commission the very same year. Eager to begin his career within the Gaming Commission, Carlton continues to make strides to become a more effective regulator by attending Commissioner Certifications provided by the Nation Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) and apply his newfound knowledge into his daily duties.
Never having a dull moment as a regulator, Carlton also enjoys most things outdoors regardless of the season. Carlton lives in Lakewood, WI with his wife and three children. He values family and has a close network of friends who provide him with the encouragement and support when needed.