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Thursday, June 23 • 2:45pm - 3:30pm
Panel - From Player to Developer: Girls in Gaming

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Games reflect the experiences and perspectives of those who create them. More women are playing games than ever. How can education and the gaming industry create more opportunities for women and girls to improve diversity and make better games?

Moderators
avatar for Ariella Lehrer

Ariella Lehrer

CEO, Legacy Games
Ariella is the CEO of Legacy Interactive/Legacy Games, founded in 1998. Since graduate school, she has been interested in concepts such as attention, memory, problem solving and constructivist theories of learning, and how these relate to the design of interactive experiences for... Read More →

Speakers
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Joan Freese

RTL Project Executive Producer, Twin Cities Public Television
Joan Freese is an Emmy Award winning educational technologist at Twin Cities PBS,in St. Paul, Minnesota, focusing on projects for K-8 students, parents, and educators.She is digital producer of SciGirls, a transmedia enterprise that encourages tween girlsin STEM, and principle investigator... Read More →
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Tracy Fullerton

Professor and Director, USC Game Innovation Lab
Tracy Fullerton is an award-winning experimental game designer, professor, and director of the cross-disciplinary USC Games program, a collaboration between the USC School of Cinematic Arts and the Viterbi School of Engineering. She holds the Electronic Arts Endowed Chair in Interactive... Read More →
avatar for Laila Shabir

Laila Shabir

CEO, Girls Make Games
Laila Shabir is the founder and CEO of LearnDistrict, an educational media company, and Girls Make Games (GMG), an organization that teaches game development to elementary through high school girls around the world. Laila's work at GMG has won her numerous awards, including the... Read More →


Thursday June 23, 2016 2:45pm - 3:30pm
Starr Foundation Hall 63 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10003

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