Gorm is one of the first members of IGDA Denmark, and original founders of both the Nordic Game Jam and the Global Game Jam. Currently he is working on the IGDA Leadership Forum Europe as well as starting a new IGDA Chapter in Honolulu, USA. He is a serial entrepreneur looking to create his second start-up and enjoys life on the sunny shores of Oahu, with a future goal oflearning to surf.
Andy is a jack-of-all-trades and lifelong gamer. Since joining the IGDA in 2010, Andy has contributed web support for igda.org and copyediting and writing for Perspectives. Relocating to Austin to pursue his passion for games, Andy is dedicated to supporting his local chapter, volunteering at SXSW and providing web content for austingamedevs.org.
Sara joined the IGDA after graduating from the Vancouver Film School. She has been spreading the mission of the IGDA by leading the IGDA booth at GDC and helping with the re-launch of the Vancouver Chapter. She notes that “It has been a great experience for me and allowed me to network with developers and brainstorm ways in which we can continue to make the games industry a great place to work.”
Makis is working on the backend for the IGDA Education Connection – Student Club map. He has been working on games since he got his Amstrad 1640 and with the advent of technologies like HTML5 and Unity3D, he is interested in creating games that blend online and 3D worlds.
Jacqueline is passionate about women, technology and games. In her short time as an IGDA member, she has worked to gain more visibility for the IGDA Twin Cities chapter and Minnesota game developers. Jacqueline is a member of the Women in Game and Business and Legal SIGs. She is Co-founder of SieEnt, a studio focused on empowering women through games and Managing Director of Girls in Tech MSP.