Women in Games Italy is a non profit organization, focused on improving diversity in the Italian video games industry. Our mission is to duplicate the number of female professional in the field in the next 10 years.

The association is involved in four main fields: promote the visibility of female professionals, inform young girls and students on the professional opportunities in the video games industry, build and empower the networking possibility and raise awareness on the actors of the gender diversity area. The Association is active all over Italy.

Micaela Romanini

Vice Director, VIGAMUS Foundation | Event Director, Gamerome

After having worked as Content Manager and Head of Research Center of VIGAMUS Foundation, Micaela has been employed by Microsoft as Xbox.com International Coordiator, inside the integrated EMEA marketing team, within the Reading (United Kingdom) European headquarters. She currently serves as Vice Director of VIGAMUS Foundation, in charge of planning new business opportunities and international partnerships. Since 2017 she’s also the Event Director of Gamerome, the Developers Conference in the heart of Rome. Passionate about communication, virtual reality, interactive storytelling and a Game Studies author, she collaborates with the course of Theory and Critics of Interactive Multimedia Works of the University of Rome Tor Vergata, while she’s also a professor inside VIGAMUS Academy / Link Campus University.

Advisory Board

Marco Benoît Carbone
PhD Gender, Media and Society – University College London

Fjona Cakalli
Journalist and Managing Editor, Tech Princess

Marialuce Garzaro
Xbox Marketing and Communications Supervisor, Microsoft

Ilaria Mariani
PhD and Adjunct Design Professor, Politecnico di Milano

Angela Paoletti
Founder and Managing Director, Local Transit

Serena Peditto
Communication Strategy Consultant – Burson-Marsteller

David W. Smith

Founder, Women in Games

Giulia Carlotta Zamboni
Producer, Gamera Interactive

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