You can do anything: WIG SIG profiles PM Sophie Brugmann

Sophie Brugmann is a Production Manager at Build A Rocket Boy. She acts as central point of contact for the development teams and is mainly focused on coordination and scheduling on the technical side across the studios in Budapest and Edinburgh. Before joining the company, Sophie worked as a Game Evaluation Specialist at a publisher in Germany. She then became part of a fast-growing mobile games start-up, where she was leading the administrative/operational side of the business.

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Katrina Schnell

Just Watch: WIG SIG profiles Pillars of Eternity producer Katrina Garsten

Katrina Garsten (nee Schnell) was formerly a Producer at Obsidian Entertainment and has been involved with game development since 2012. Previously, she worked as a Production Coordinator Intern on multiple titles in West Hollywood. In her free time, she loves reading...
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Intersectionality and Women in Games Roundtable at GDC

So many fantastic events for women this week at GDC, we hope you have room for one more. Join us this Thursday at the annual Women in Games SIG roundtable, which is open to all badges, including Expo. “We Are More” Roundtable: Intersectionality and Women...
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The IGDA Women in Games (WIG) Special Interest Group (SIG) was formed to create a positive impact on the game industry with respect to gender balance in the workplace and the marketplace. The IGDA WIGSIG offers community, resources and opportunities to those already in the games industry, as well as people seeking to break into the business.

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