Meet the Experts: 60+ Serious Games Thought Leaders at Serious Play Conference


More than 60 Thought Leaders, nominated by their peers, will share their thoughts on the state of the Serious Games industry and the challenges ahead.

Here are just a few of them:

Barry Joseph – Associate Director for Digital Learning at the Museum of Natural History, former Director of the Online Leadership Program at Global Kids
Eben Myers – Vice President of Design at Simcoach Games
Jen Helms – co-founder of Playmation Studios
Jennifer McNamara - Vice President of Serious Games at BreakAway, Ltd.
Jesse Schell – CEO of Schell Games
John Krajewski - Studio Head of Strange Loop Games
Justin Leites – Vice President for Games at Amplify.  His team is making unprecedented investments in educational games and sponsoring work by leading commercial game designers from across the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Latin America
Marcus Vlaar – Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer at Ranj Serious Games
Peter Stowell – Responsible for IBM's broader Serious Games strategy
Randy Brown – Director, Virtual Heroes Division of Applied Research Associates (ARA)
Richard Carey – Managing Director and Experience Designer at Richard Carey Digital Media LLC
Scott Brewster – Chief Technology Officer for Triad Interactive Media
Dr. Scott M. Martin – Founding Director of the Computer Game Design Program, and the Virginia Serious Game Institute (VSGI) at George Mason University

With everyone recognizing that games based learning could revolutionize education and training, senior leaders are sharing their knowledge, to move the industry ahead.

The annual Serious Play Conference is hosted by the Educational Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh PA, July 21-23, 2015.


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