Time for an update here to go over all the IGDA goodness I’ve been working on over the last few months.
Scholars Program: I’m very happy to be a part of the Scholars committee as it’s something that goes right to the core of some things that I’m passionate: helping students get better […]
So I’m part of the IGDA’s Scholarships Committee where we oversee the running of the various Scholar Programs at conferences like E3, GDC, etc. So in the group for the current GDC 2013 scholars I started sharing tips on being prepared for GDC and conferences in general. Thanks to one of the scholars, the […]
A couple weeks ago I had the honor of speaking at IGDA Chicago’s how-to session entitled “You’ve Graduated: Now What?”. The premise of the evening was to have a series of experts speak to recent graduates looking for work with advice on job hunting, networking, interviewing, etc.
After the panel I […]
This past March thousands of game developers gathered in San Francisco, California to attend Game Developer’s Conference. As per usual, there were lots of networking events, educational lectures, and parties.
I was brought in at the last minute to help the IGDA execute the org’s activities at the event and […]
Today I sent in my formal nomination to become a Board of Directors candidate for the IGDA. Sure it was the last day to turn it in, but GGJ was also this weekend and as Executive Director Gordon Bellamy used to say:
“Don’t Break The Jam!”
I would like […]
So as I’ve explained, in short, before on this blog I spent a year on staff for the IGDA as a contractor filling their Operations Manager role. And although there was no formal written policy, because we were becoming the first real staff, I worked with Brian Robbins to […]
- Sheri Rubin joined the IGDA in 1999 which inspired her to become the advocate and community builder for the global video game industry that she is today.