Millie Fox Joins Seneca Gaming Corporation

NIAGARA FALLS, NEW YORK: (July 26, 2022) Seneca Gaming Corporation announced that Millie Fox has been appointed to the Corporation’s Board of Directors.


Since 2017, Fox has served as a Commissioner for the Seneca Gaming Authority, which oversees and regulates the Seneca Nation’s Class II and Class III gaming activities. Her responsibilities included protecting the assets of the Seneca Nation through regulating activities within the Nation’s Class II and Class III gaming facilities in accordance with the Nation’s Gaming Ordinance, its gaming Compact with New York State, the National Indian Gaming Commission, the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, Minimum Internal Control Standards, and Tribal Internal Control Standards. As a Commissioner, she also helped oversee employee licensing and approved gaming policies and procedures, as well as internal control standards. She has completed National Indian Gaming Association Level I – Masters Commissioner Certification Training.


“Millie is an excellent appointment to our Board of Directors,” said Dr. Lori V. Quigley, Board Chairwoman. “Her insight and regulatory background will be a strong addition to the breadth of experience already represented on our Board. As her new colleagues, we look forward to working with her.”


Fox has led a long career of service to the Seneca Nation, including roles in the Environmental Department, Human Resources Department, and the Health Department, as well as with Seneca Gaming & Entertainment, the Nation’s Class II gaming operations. She is currently Outreach Coordinator in the Seneca Nation Veterans Department, helping to assist the Nation’s many military personnel and Veterans with available services and benefits.


Fox earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Hilbert College and an associate degree from Erie Community College. A Life Member of Seneca Fire, the volunteer fire department located on the Seneca Nation’s Cattaraugus Territory, she has served the department for 20 years and currently serves on the department’s board. She is also a former Emergency Medical Technician, and has completed numerous emergency training programs through the New York State Emergency Management Office, the New York State Office of Fire Prevention and Control, and the U.S. FEMA Emergency Management Institute.


A member of the Seneca Nation’s Wolf Clan, Fox resides on the Seneca Nation’s Cattaraugus Territory with her son, Keagan.


Seneca Gaming Corporation is a wholly owned, tribally chartered corporation of the Seneca Nation of Indians, which operates the Nation’s Class III casino gaming properties.  Since opening Seneca Niagara Casino in 2002, the corporation has built and invested in the community at large by providing three premier gaming and entertainment destinations in Western New York:  Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino in Niagara Falls, NY, Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino in downtown Buffalo, NY, and Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino in Salamanca, NY, as well as the award-winning championship Seneca Hickory Stick Golf Course in Lewiston, NY.  Since 2002, the corporation has grown into one of the largest private sector employers in Western New York with over 3,000 employees across its three locations.  Seneca Gaming Corporation provides generous benefits including paid training, tuition reimbursement, paid free lunches, on-site health offices, employee discounts, and more.  Across all three world-class facilities guests are offered more than 5,100 slot machines, 125 table games, over 1,000 deluxe rooms and suites, luxurious spas & salons, award-winning fine dining, and high-end retail outlets. For more information, visit