- Artificial intelligence company Loop Insights (TSXV:MTRX) has appointed a new member to the company’s board of advisors
- The new addition, Teresa N. Taylor, has skills and expertise in local government and retail management
- Teresa also has considerable connections to Native American tribal government, specifically that of the Lummi Nation
- The company hopes to leverage these connections, in order to expand into the Washington State casino and gaming industry
- Loop Insights’ share price is down 2.56 per cent, and is currently trading for $0.19 per share
Artificial intelligence company, Loop Insights (TSXV:MTRX) has appointed a new member to the company’s board of advisors.
The new addition, Teresa N. Taylor, is a long-time resident of Washington State, in the United States of America.
Teresa brings a wealth of expertise in local government administration, retail ownership, and project management to her new role. She owns and manages Strategic Development Northwest LLC, and a retail business.
Her experience in local government includes a four-year term on Ferndale’s City Council. She is also a member of the Executive Board for the Washington State Democrats, representing the 1st Congressional District. Loop Insights is very excited to benefit from her knowledge about the public service sector.
Teresa brings a strong sense of social justice to the board. She has served for eight years of the board of directors for the YWCA Bellingham. She has also served for ten years on the Lummi Nation’s Law and Justice Commission, and five years on the Lummi Constitution Committee.
The Lummi Nation is a Native American tribe of Washington State, which Teresa is an enrolled member of. She is the Project Manager for the Lummi Indian Business Council’s Office of Economic policy.
Teresa commented on her experience in contributing to Native American advancement.
“I am deeply involved in tribal economic development and finding the latest technologies available to maintain self-sufficiency, while staying attentive to our tribal values.
“Loop’s focus on creating community-based solutions is a mission I align with. I am very excited to share their products within my network, and do my part to foster the company’s success,” she said.
Loop Insights hopes to leverage Teresa’s considerable network of connections in tribal government. By doing so, the company may be able to expand into the casino and gaming industry in Washington State. Many casinos in that area are owned by Native American groups, including the Lummi, Suquamish, Puyallup, and Tutalip tribes.
Loop’s CEO, Rob Anson, welcomed Teresa to the company’s board of advisors.
“With a strong background in economic development, project management, governmental administration, and strategic partnerships, Teresa brings incredible value to Loop,” he said.
Loop Insights’ share price is down 2.56 per cent, and trading for $0.19 per share, as of 10:22am EST.