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This Advocacy track session, is open to any GDC Badgeholder. Attendees can RSVP to receive reminder e-mails at https://www.eventbrite.com/
Moderated by Writer’s Guild nominated writer and WIG SIG Co-Chair Anne Toole, this session is one of several the WIG SIG will present at the 2014 Game Developers Conference. Other sessions include:
1. "Attracting and Hiring Women in Games" roundtable takes place Wednesday, March 19, from 2-3 p.m. in North Hall Room 125.
2. "Enrolling Women in Game-Related Degree Programs" roundtable takes place Friday, March 21 from 10-11 a.m. in North Hall Room 121.
About the Women In Games Special Interest Group (WIG SIG)
The IGDA Women in Games Special Interest Group (WIG SIG) was formed to create a positive impact on the game industry with respect to gender balance in the workplace and the marketplace. The WIG SIG offers community, resources and opportunities to women and men in the games industry, as well as those seeking to break into the business.
About the International Game Developers Association (IGDA)
The International Game Developers Association is the largest non-profit membership organization serving individuals who create video games. The IGDA is committed to advancing the careers and enhancing the lives of game developers by connecting members with their peers, promoting professional development, and advocating on issues that affect the developer community. For more information on the IGDA, please visit http://www.igda.org
CONTACT: Anne Toole, Co-Chair, IGDA WIG SIG | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org