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The Women in Games Ambassador programme, sponsored by Google’s Women Techmakers, now has 51 individual Ambassadors from across the UK and Europe supporting women and girls in understanding the games industry and the opportunities there are within it. The programme exists to grow the membership of the organisation, to help it increase the reach and scale of its programmes and help it achieve the strategic goal of doubling the number of women in games over 10 years.

List of Ambassadors

Individual Ambassadors

Name        Location             Role

Adrienne Law, London, Producer @sulkymoanyface
Alex Grahame, Copenhagen, Artist @Alex_Grahame
Alex Jones, Guildford/Aldershot, Composer for Video Games @Alyx_jones
Alison-Julia Riguelme Cihak, Watford, Writer Todasgamers @TodasGamers
Amanda Blatch, Milton Keynes, Game Artist @MandyBz
Amelia James, Preston, UCLAN Student
Amrita Bharij, London, UI/UX Designer @JamRita00
Amy Parish, Norwich, MA Graduate @amybloo
Amy Scott, Liverpool, Producer
Amy Yu, London, Varsity Games/ eSports @yuyupoop
Ashley Riza, London, 3D Artist, Kuato Studios @ashriza3D
Becky Jowsey, Leicester, Founder/MD/CEO
Carleigh Morgan, London, Int. Esports, Program Man, Games res. @CyborgReine
Catherine Woolley, Sussex, Senior Designer @Catmoo
Danette Beatty, Oval, London, Artist @Salmikawolf
Chella Ramanan, Taunton, Somerset, Journalist/Copywriter @ChellaRamanan
Claire Bourgoin, Paris, France, Finance Marketing Comms. @claire_bourgoin
Erin Stevenson, Dundee, Lead Animator @UniComicRN
Gareth Johns, Milton Keynes, Lead Artist @GJohns1990
Hannah Aicken, Dundee, QA Tester @Tinfoilface
Hazel Turnbull, Edinburgh, Composer @composerhazel
Jade Leamcharaskul, London, Composer @JDWasabi
Jamey Stevenson, London, Game Designer @dreamlogician
Jess Magnus, Kent/London, 3D Environment Artist @jess_magnus
Karen Cham, Brighton, Professor
Karen Hedger, Kent, Education Consultant
Kate Killick, Guildford/London, Game Designer @TheThirdKate
Laurence Bouvard, London, Audio Artist @Lauloknows
Leoni Smith, Milton Keynes, Digital Marketing Executive @Gloss_N_Gadgets
Liz Mercuri, Brighton, Educational Evangelist @FragFox
Lorraine Ansell, Guildford, VO Artist @LAvoiceart
Lucy Kyriakidou, Newcastle, 2d Artist @lucyrawrs
Lynne Liu, London, Head of Art @lynneliuart
Maria Fernandez-Hermida, Coruna, Spain, Environment Artist @_MariaFH
Marina Amores, Barcelona, Spain, Game Journalist, @blissy
Martine Spaans, Netherlands and USA, Publisher – WIGJ Ambassador Coordinator @aston_martine
Mickael Corinus, Paris, Cyber Security Engineer @MikaCorinus
Michelle Chen, Birmingham, Indie Game Developer @purplelilgirl
Michelle Tilley, Liverpool, Snr Release Manager, Sony
Monique Boddington, Cambridge, Acad Entrepreneur educator/research @MIBoddington
Nida Ahmad, London/Leamington, Game designer/ Mkt researcher – Games @NidaAhmad_
Nika Dvoravic, Croatia, Level Designer, CROTEAM @nikablaine
Pauline Marliere, Belgium, Art Director @FreyaKyle
Rachael Gregg-Smythe, Liverpool/Manchester, Producer – Regional Coordinator for North West @rae_ami
Rhoda Daly, Preston, University Lecturer
Rosa Carbo-Mascarell, Spain, Co-Founder, Games for the Many @moreelen
Sandra Chau, London, Marketing @SNC_Sky
Sharon Toliani-Sage, Norwich, University Lecturer
Steph McStea, Wakefield, QA Assistant @TeaAndMonsters
Terri Mardel, St Albans, QA @Tez82Mardel
Timea Tabori, Edinburgh, Engine Programmer – National Coordinator for Scotland @TimeaTabori

Contacting an Ambassador
Ambassadors are contactable through LinkedIn and Twitter. Full lists of Ambassadors on Twitter.
Please personalise your request, keep it professional and reference the WIGJ Ambassador programme in your correspondence.

Becoming an Ambassador – Future Ambassadors are asked to attend presentations and workshops at a European Women in Games Conference. The next Ambassador Day at the conference is scheduled for 11 September 2018 at City University in London, UK.


About Google’s Women Techmakers

Google’s Women Techmakers initiative provides visibility, community, and resources for women in technology, implementing global scalable initiatives to support and empower women in the industry.

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Corporate Ambassadors

Corporate Ambassadors are leading games companies in Europe with a professional standing in their country and a commitment to engage and promote more diversity. They have a commitment to Women in Games and its objectives at CEO/ Board Level. They also have a professional HR team with the ability to reach and influence organisations at a regional level.

Io-Interactive from Copenhagen, Denmark
Paradox Interactive from Stockholm, Sweden
Techland from Wroclaw and Warsaw, Poland
Wooga from Berlin, Germany
Dovetail Games from Kent, UK
Outplay Entertainment from Dundee, Scotland
Testronic Labs from Croydon, UK and Warsaw, Poland
Codemasters from UK
nDreams from Farnborough, UK

Lucid Games from Liverpool, UK