Check out Ms. Horner bio and you will see why sheâs bias towards the Gaming industry. She was hired by the Board in July 2005 to work in the Office of Chief Counsel assigned to the Bureau of Licensing. In September 2006, Ms. Horner was named the Boardâs first Director of the Office of Compulsive and Problem Gambling. She is involved in the National Council on Problem Gamblingâs Task Force on Self-Exclusion and a national Exploratory Committee on Responsible Gaming Programs. Ms. Horner has been involved in the gaming industry, as an attorney, since 1996 with experience in providing advice to tribal, state and foreign governments and industry clients; evaluating casino gaming in new jurisdictions; and working with government and industry representatives in the United States and in other countries. She is an adjunct professor of law at Rutgers University School of Law-Camden where she teaches Casino Law.