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Grant Eve named tribal gaming and government leader

Monday, February 20, 2023

Wipfli partner Grant Eve has been named tribal industry leader. Eve is a recognized leader in the tribal government and gaming industries and has assisted clients in large casino operations, online gaming, changes in gaming operations (both tribal and commercial), technology solutions and more.

He has worked with tribal gaming organizations and commercial casinos throughout multiple jurisdictions and has testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs regarding gaming-related issues.

“Throughout my career, and in my time at Wipfli, I have been focused on building a team that can assist tribes and tribal enterprises as they face ever-changing, unique challenges,” Eve said. “I’m proud of the work we’ve accomplished with our clients and look forward to continuing the legacy in serving tribes around the country and watching them thrive.”

In making the announcement, Wipfli Growth Partner Brian Blaha said his years of working with Eve have given him tremendous confidence in his leadership.

“Grant sees the opportunities tribal organizations have to flourish,” Blaha said. “He and his team understand current trends and the economic landscape integral to tribes’ success.”

Eve is also a sought-after speaker who conducts training on multiple topics across the U.S. He has written numerous articles and has been interviewed in industry publications, including Indian Gaming magazine, Global Gaming Business Magazine and Casino Enterprise Management Magazine.

Eve is the vice chair and in his second term on Wipfli’s board of directors, which is an elected nine-member strategic governing body of the firm. The board is responsible to the 286 partners and principals for the operation and success of the firm.

He is a member of the Montana and Nevada State Boards of Accountancy, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. He received his Bachelor of Science degree and his master’s degree from Montana State University.

Learn more about Wipfli’s tribal gaming and government industry services.