Women In Games Jobs (WIGJ) announces this year’s women in games networking lunch will take place during Develop 2011 on Thursday 21st July at the Brighton Music Hall at 127 Kings Road Arches on the sea front in Brighton.
Sponsored by Electronic Arts, this is a free event for women in the games industry and is the perfect opportunity for you to network with other women during the Develop conference or in the Brighton, Sussex area over a light lunch.
Ginger Graham, Global Diversity and Inclusion Manager at EA’s Redwood Shores commented: “EA knows the importance of reaching and supporting top talent on a global scale. We are very proud to sponsor the Women in Games Jobs luncheon which will provide an intimate venue for collaboration, networking and sharing best practices.”
WIGJ Contact: Samantha Ambridge, email@example.com
Here is a picture from last year's successful lunch attended by over 50 women.
When & Where
Women In Games Jobs
Women in Games Jobs womeningamesjobs.com
Women in Games Jobs (WIGJ) is a “not for profit” company that works to recruit more women into the games industry by promoting role models and giving encouragement and information to those women seeking to work in games. It also campaigns to make the games industry a more attractive field for women, both for new entrants and to retain women already working in the industry.
Founded in August 2009, WIGJ has over 2000 supporters.
WIGJ is advised by high profile industry women including former European Publisher MD’s Jo Goodson and Alison Cressey, and Sony Production Lead Ali Bergstrom – Allen. Additional Advisory Board members include Geraldine Cross of Blitz Games, Louise Murray of Microsoft, Fiona Sperry of EA Criterion and Giselle Stuart of Ubisoft Reflections.