See Jane Salon – Women in Gaming

Monday, July 10, 2017
Hosted by Google San Francisco

Research asserts that women now account for more than half of the gaming audience yet there is not a diverse presence to be found in today’s games. This panel will discuss how to break through the stereotypical male centric games to include females in roles with a positive impact. Read More…

GDIGM See Jane Salon Women in Gaming

See Jane Salon Hosted by Google and Feminist Frequency

GDIGM See Jane Salon Women in Gaming

Opening Remarks by Geena Davis

GDIGM See Jane Salon Women in Gaming

Madeline Di Nonno, CEO, GDIGM; Jane Ng, Lead Artist, Camp Santo; Aleissia Laidacker, Interaction Director, Magic Leap; Geena Davis, Founder; Simply Undrea, Diversity Advocate, AnyKey; Anita Sarkeesian, Media Critic, Blogger & Public Speaker, Feminist Frequency; Carolyn Petit, Managing Editor, Feminist Frequency; Lisa Chen, Software Engineer, Google Daydream (VR)

GDIGM See Jane Salon Women in Gaming

Lisa Chen

GDIGM See Jane Salon Women in Gaming

Simply Undrea

GDIGM See Jane Salon Women in Gaming

Aleissia Laidacker

GDIGM See Jane Salon Women in Gaming

Jane Ng

GDIGM See Jane Salon Women in Gaming

Carolyn Petit

GDIGM See Jane Salon Women in Gaming

Anita Sarkeesian

GDIGM See Jane Salon Women in Gaming

Salon Attendees

GDIGM See Jane Salon Women in Gaming

Geena Davis, Founder

GDIGM See Jane Salon Women in Gaming

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GDIGM See Jane Salon Women in Gaming

Salon Attendees

GDIGM See Jane Salon Women in Gaming

Salon Attendees

GDIGM See Jane Salon Women in Gaming

Salon Panelists: Jane Ng, Aleissia Laidacker, Carolyn Petit

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