Humbled and honored: WIG SIG profiles QA manager Ellie Crawley

Eleanor Ross Crawley is a QA Manager for ZeniMax Online Studios. She started in the gaming industry in the late 1990s working for MicroProse Software. She has worked for Hasbro Interactive, Infogrames Interactive, Atari, Breakaway Games, EA Mythic, and ZeniMax Online...
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Best job in the world: WIG SIG profiles IGDAF’s Jen MacLean

Jen MacLean is a 20+ year game industry veteran, having worked her way up from a playtester at Microprose (where she was literally paid to spend years of her life playing Civilization) to executive positions at a number of media companies and game developers. Jen was...
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More cowbell: WIG SIG profiles CEO Kimberly Unger

Ms. Kimberly Unger is the Founder of Bushi-Go, Inc. and serves as its Chief Executive Officer. Ms. Unger spent nearly 8 years in the brokerage industry on the retail side, acquiring both her Series 7 and 63 Licences before jumping ship and going back to school to...
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