CEO of Women in Games
Marie-Claire Isaaman is an award winning diversity and digital education pioneer. She is CEO of Women in Games (WIGJ) a not for profit organisation that works to address gender imbalance, inequality, diversity and Inclusion in the game industries. And also engaged as consultant for Education, Diversity & Research (EDI) at Ukie (UK’s Interactive Entertainment Trade Body) and co-founder of ChromeYellow a consultancy agency that engages with a wide range of businesses and organizations supporting educational and diversity activism and research. She is named in The Market for Computer and Video Games (MCV) 2014 & 2015 Annual Top 100 UK Women in Video Games list and named in the GamesIndustry.Biz 100 most influential people in Video Games list 2017. And as CEO of Women in Games was awarded the TIGA (UK Trade Body for Games Developers & Digital Publishers) Games Industry Diversity Award 2017.