Board Of Directors

Roger Anderson

Roger Anderson is an original member of George Gordon First Nation. He joined the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority in April of 1999 and became the General Manager of the Gold Horse Casino in May 2018. He started his role at SIGA Central Office in the development of renewal of policies and procedures and did other management roles before becoming a General Manager. Prior to joining SIGA Roger attended the University of Regina and University of Saskatchewan in Education and Worked in the public school system. He also took Executive Development, Project Management, and a number of other courses and was involved with the development and/or restructuring of building projects. He was also a small business owner, coached in minor sports and participated in sports activities. Roger has three children, Jaci, Cheyenne, and Cole and is married to Roxanne.

Tony Gray

Born in Lloydminster and raised in Onion Lake. Kevin comes from a large family of 10 siblings. He has a son who is active in football. Kevin worked employed with Gold Horse Casino as the Asset Protection Manager and has experience sitting on several boards in the past.

Jauvonne Kitto

Jauvonne Kitto is the CEO of The Saa Dene Group of Companies. Her role is to set the strategic vision and manage the daily operations of the companies. Prior to that, she was an Executive Director at Fort McKay First Nation and responsible for corporate and community governance, administration, health and human services, stakeholder, public and corporate relations, and management consultant. Ms. Kitto has over 20 years of combined executive management consultation, economic development, regulatory matters, crisis and risk management, and governance experience. Her career has spanned work in the public, private, government, and non-profit sectors. Specializing in guiding organizations to operate more efficiently and profitably by focusing on the spectrum of challenges that business leaders and governments face- from long-range strategic planning and is the critical day-to-day business matters throughout her career, Ms.Kitto has been actively involved in her community and currently, several First Nations communities, for-profit and not for profit and several non-partisan organizations such as the Information Communications Technology Council of Canada (ICTC) and the Calgary Housing Company as well as Governor of ESG + Indigenous for the Canadian Energy Executive Association (CEEA). In addition, she is recognized for her commitment as a director at Large for KidSport and her passion for All Kids Should Play, and no child should be left on the sidelines; She is A member of the Forbes Business Council, Energy Council of Canada and the Business Council of Alberta.

Roger Smith

Roger is a solicitor who focuses on corporate law, tax planning, gaming law, and aboriginal law. He earned his LL.B. (1989) from the University of Saskatchewan. He has sat on numerous charitable and non-profit boards over the years and given seminars on Aboriginal Economic Development, Aboriginal Tax, and Corporate Governance. Roger also provides pro-Bonno counsel for several charitable and non-profit community and athletic associations at the provincial, national and international level.