Wherein I Take an Unpopular Stance on the IGDA/YetiZen Party

Wherein I Take an Unpopular Stance on the IGDA/YetiZen Party

Well the Internet is ready to tar and feather the IGDA (International Game Developers Association) today after a scathing article in Forbes called the IGDA out for having female dancers at their co-sponsored event with YetiZen and Canopy on Tuesday, March 26. I attended this party and there were models dressed as “yetis”: skimpy white […]

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Thoughts about Women in Tech

Posted by on Jan 30, 2013 in shesgeeky, women in technology | No Comments
Thoughts about Women in Tech

I had the opportunity to attend the Bay Area She’s Geeky for the first time. Despite being part of the team that brought She’s Geeky to the Twin Cities, I had never been to the “mothership” so to speak. Like with the first She’s Geeky I attended in 2009 in Washington DC, each conference is […]

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Thoughts on Project Skyway Bootcamp

Posted by on Jun 14, 2011 in entrepreneur, women in technology | 2 Comments
Thoughts on Project Skyway Bootcamp

My company, SieEnt, had the tremendous honor of participating in Project Skyway’s Bootcamp Weekend June 10-12. The experience was incredible, validating, educational and eye opening. It was a 3-day initiation into the Twin Cities tech entrepreneur scene. ¬†And that scene is full of energy, excitement and seriously awesome people. I’ll break down thoughts by event: […]

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That’s not idealistic. That is Human.

All Apologies I had the great pleasure of attending the IGDA Leadership Forum in San Francisco a few weeks back. It was great. There was a lot of interesting and informative presentations about leadership in the game industry. Especially interesting to me were the presentations of Scott Crabtree, Marc Merrill and Laura Fryer. Managing Your […]

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