MCV Women In Games: 100 most influential women

Karen Wellington has been included on the MCV Women In Games list of the 100 most influential women, across all facets of the Australian and New Zealand Games industries. Karen is now eligible for the 2016 MCV Pacific Women In Games Awards presented by Xbox, which will be awarded at the second annual MCV Pacific Women In Games Lunch presented by Xbox.

Well done, Karen! 🙂

Champions in the news

Bankwest employees Sean Langton head of Solution Engineering and intern Michael New who has autism. Picture Steve Ferrier The West Australian

Bankwest employees Sean Langton, head of Solution Engineering, and intern Michael New who has autism. Picture: Steve Ferrier /The West Australian.

Champion extraordinaire, Michael New, recently had a shout out in The West Australian. Michael is a Champion at the Murdoch University Dojo, and is also an intern at Bankwest. The internship program that Michael is a part of, was developed in conjunction with the Autism Academy for Software Quality Assurance. This academy aims to foster the innate natural talents and skillsets of individuals with Autism, and channel these in-demand qualities into the software development community. Michael is an active CoderDojo community member, and is a pioneering example of how targeted channels between talented individuals and industry, can work to the mutual benefit of all involved.

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