Thought Leadership

Donald J. Fiechter

Donald J. FiechterDonald J. Fiechter, Vice Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer

Donald J. Fiechter, age 44, is a leading force behind the creation of Native Lands Lottery™, the first national Indian lottery to compete directly against state-run institutions. Since 2011, Donald has led the full development of a legalized, turn-key lottery system for American Indian tribes. Donald has been licensed by Indian Tribes as well as the West Virginia State Lottery as an approved manufacturer.

For almost two decades Donald has been involved in innovating gaming operations, with 20 years of experience in Indian Gaming. His gaming career began in 1991 when he ran bingo for the Seminole Tribe of Florida. Donald then established a bingo operation to support the Children’s Hospital Network of Colombia in Bogota, Colombia. Later that same year the National Lottery Corporation in Colombia wanted to acquire not only the bingo network, but also the operational expertise that made it more profitable than their state-run institution. In 1995, Donald leveraged his relationship with a national bingo supplier to enter into an agreement with the Seminole Tribe to place Class II video gaming equipment on the Brighton Reservation. Later that year, Donald partnered with Paul R. Moriarity and created World Touch Gaming, Inc. World Touch supplied tribes across the country with Class II & Class III gaming equipment, allowing tribes for the first time in their history to have economic independence from the U.S. government.

As a co-founder of the Company and based on his significant industry knowledge and experience, Donald provides essential insight and guidance to the Board from an inside perspective regarding our business and operations.

Paul R. Moriarity

Paul R. MoriarityPaul R. Moriarity, Chairman of the Board

Paul R. Moriarity, age 65, has almost four decades of global experience in the electronic amusement and gaming industries. Beginning in 1973 with the founding of Taito America Corporation, to give Taito Corporation of Tokyo, Japan an early foothold in the nascent video game business, he has been part of the evolution of electronic entertainment from Pong to today’s most sophisticated electronic slot machines, Internet gaming and game promotion applications. As a founder of Taito America, he helped build the company from three employees with no revenue to an $80+ million, multi-national commercial and home entertainment organization.

Upon leaving the Taito organization, Paul founded Maho Enterprises, Inc. to represent a portfolio of independent game developers in Asia and the Americas. He worked with developers to fine tune their products for specific markets and with their sales groups to expand markets from single countries to multi-national game releases. This set the standard for current gaming operations and established best practices for global gaming brands. Notably, Paul implemented a turnaround strategy for developer U.S. Games, Inc., which brought them from pending bankruptcy to development of one of the most profitable legal games of chance in the history of gaming.

In 1995, Paul joined forces with Donald J. Fiechter and formed World Touch Gaming, Inc. to service the Native American gaming market. World Touch and its affiliates have developed a myriad of products serving market segments as diverse as casinos, bingo halls, amusement skill game arcades, sweepstakes promotions, electronic pull tabs, and video lottery terminals. He has overseen all operational and financial aspects of the Company from its inception. The establishment of Visioneering Holdings, Inc. brought Paul and Donald into the online gaming arena with an advertising supported, play for free poker site and Internet advertising agency. Paul’s substantial industry knowledge and experience enable him to provide the Board with strong and capable leadership.

Clinton A. Lowe

Clinton A. LoweClinton A. Lowe, Chief Technology Officer

Clinton A. Lowe, age 39, is a co-founder of Totem where he currently serves as chief technology officer and vice president of information systems and operations. Totem provides and Clinton manages the first and only national lottery system to serve Native American tribal nations. Prior to joining Totem, Clinton was vice president of operations at World Touch Gaming, Inc. During his seven years of service to World Touch, he established a framework for submitting software to third-party testing labs for regulatory compliance, overhauled the graphic art pipeline to streamline game production, developed a productive internship program lauded by local colleges and students, and established relationships with offshore vendors to accelerate art production and reduce costs by 80%. Previously, Clinton co-founded three video game studios and produced over 40 video game titles. He has worked extensively in the casino industry developing proprietary, regulated gaming platforms for Native American casinos. Clinton has produced personality-branded projects for Kenny Rogers, Larry Holmes, Eric Bischoff, Bubba the Love Sponge, Scott Ferrall, Barry Switzer, Captain Thunder, and others. Clinton is an expert at business process improvement and has assisted his clients with both outsourcing and off-shoring of graphic art pipelines.

Clinton holds a master’s degree in business administration from Kennesaw State University, a master’s degree in computer science from Southern Polytechnic State University, and a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems from DeVry University.