Commissioner Bruce Stebbins most recently served as a Commissioner for the Massachusetts Gaming Commission, the agency responsible for implementing and overseeing the expanded gaming law. Commissioner Stebbins assisted with drafting regulations, operationalizing the agency, and awarding the first casino licenses. He focused on community mitigation and effectuating the Expanded Gaming Act, focusing on workforce development, employment, diversity goals, and small business opportunities.
Before joining the Gaming Commission, Commissioner Stebbins was the Business Development Administrator for the City of Springfield and served two terms on the Springfield City Council from 2006 through 2009. He also served as Senior Regional Manager for the National Association of Manufacturers in the New England region from 1999 through 2010.
Bruce served in two Massachusetts administrations as a regional director, deputy director, and then head of the Massachusetts Office of Business Development. His government experience also includes work in the Office of Political Affairs at the White House.
Commissioner Stebbins holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from The George Washington University.
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