Christopher Hebert- Gaming Division Director
Christopher Hebert has served as an Assistant Attorney General for over 10 years. He previously served as a clerk for the Honorable Judge James Best of the 18th Judicial District Court in New Roads. Hebert was appointed by the President of the National Bar Association to the Council of the Louisiana Law Institute. He is a Past Director of the National Bar Association, Region V and a former member of the Board of Governors for the National Bar Association. Hebert earned his bachelor’s degree from Louisiana State University and his law degree from the Southern University Law Center, where he was honored as Alumnus of the Year in 2015.
Suzanne BOurgeois- Program Manager
Suzanne Bourgeois is lead attorney for the Problem Gambling Resource Services (PGRS) program. She is responsible for all aspects of program management for PGRS and strives to continually create new opportunities for outreach. Additionally, she works in licensing and compliance in the Gaming Division where she provides legal advice to the Louisiana State Police, Gaming Division (LSP) and the Gaming Control Board, primarily on cases related to casino violations and the suitability of licensees/permittees. Suzanne received her bachelor’s degree from Nicholls State University and her law degree from Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center.