200 WIGJ Ambassadors now in 32 different countries including Portugal, Colombia, Brazil and Panama

Ambassador led meetup in Colombia.

Women in Games is pleased to announce the appointment of a further 36 Ambassadors bringing the total to 200. New Ambassadors in Portugal, Colombia, Brazil and Panama mean that the Women in Games organisation is now represented in 32 different countries. 22 of new Ambassadors are based in the UK and 14 are from outside the UK. The Vision of Women in Games is a games industry, culture and community free of gender discrimination, where full equality of opportunity, treatment and conditions empowers all women to achieve their full potential.

Our Ambassadors volunteer to organise a local meeting or event of their choosing in their studio, city or region in the first 12 months and are given some support to do this. 2 Ambassadors can work together to do this.

Ambassadors are now shown by geographical region and we welcome, Alexis Evans from Scotland. We welcome Fiona Lee, Kristan Emery-Hines, Meg Rouncefield and Sarah Marsden from the North of the UK. We welcome Jennifer Koch, Kim Guest and Rebekah Simpson from the Midlands. From London and the South East, we welcome Elliot Walker, Jing Chun Tan, Joe Hills, Magdelena Tasic, Matthew Woods, Michaela Knights, Poppy Ingham, Roxy Francis, Samantha Leung, Sara Cristina Machado and Sophia Whyte. From the South of the UK, we welcome Jules Morgan, Johana Riquier and Sophie Benefer.

From mainland Europe, we welcome Anette Staloy, Igone Martinez Marin, Lucienne van Bokhorst, Mafalda Claro (from Portugal), Riley Andersen and Rosemary Lokhurst.

Globally from outside of Europe we welcome Christina Seal, Kate Howley, Leanne Loombe, Nadia Trigo, Poornima Seetharaman, Renata Rapyo (from Brazil), Rita Rios (from Panama) and Sandra Castro Pinzón ( from Colombia)

Gemma Johnson-Brown, Ambassador Director commented, “I am extremely proud of all our Ambassadors and the global reach of Women in Games. We are having a positive impact and the feedback we receive from events held by our Ambassadors is testament to this. In the past year the number of Ambassadors has increased by 160%. Our Ambassadors have a diverse range of experiences and backgrounds and we have the makings of an worldwide industry-changing movement.

You can see the full list of Ambassadors including their location and job role, as well as how to apply if you are interested in joining our Ambassador team on this page.

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