Pocket Gamer’s Lewis Rees spreads the word about the International Game Developers Association Foundation’s (IGDA-F) newest board members! The international 501c3 charity providing professional development programs for current and aspiring game developers from underrepresented backgrounds welcomes Lisy Kane, James Lewis, and Sarah Spiers, three accomplished gaming industry professionals, to its Board of Directors.
“Kepler Interactive producer and Girl Geek Academy co-founder Lisy Kane, Black Voices in Gaming board member and ID@Xbox Creative Partner Program lead James Lewis, and the IDGA-F’s director of global development and Electronic Arts development director Sarah Spiers are joining the IDGA-F board, furthering its mission to foster diversity within the games industry and improve the lives of game developers worldwide.”
“These new appointments represent an industry-wide push for greater inclusivity in gaming.”
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