The National Council on Problem Gambling, an advocacy organization for people and their families who are experiencing problem gambling and gambling addiction, has announced the selection of Deanna Wilken, MA, as its new Communications Manager
A new Communications Manager has been appointed for the National Council on
Problem Gambling organization. Deanna Wilken, MA was appointed the position for the advocacy organization for problem gambling and gambling addiction. Wilken’s role will be to oversee the external communications and outreach and public awareness sectors of the organization.
The organization said they are delighted to announce Wilkens for the role. They are confident that Wilkens will build on the efforts and structure of the NCPG to forward its continued work on all platforms in the industry.
Wilken’s joins the organization with more than five years of marketing as well as communications strategy and planning for other organizations both profit and non-profit. Before joining the NCPG Wilkens was the acting Communications Manager for a non-profit group in California. She is a graduate of the University of California and the University of Nottingham in the UK. She also holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in sociology and international relations.
Wilken’s commented on her new role saying, “I look forward to working with NCPG’s team in their efforts to promote and expand their messaging on problem gambling and responsible gambling.”