“There are so many stories yet to be explored via the medium of video games, and I hope more women can join me in helping to tell those stories and delight players around the world.”
Rebecca Fernandez is an Australian games programmer currently living in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
She has worked on recently released PS4/Steam titles Tricky Towers and Armello.
In her spare time Rebecca volunteers for the Global Game Jam (and international conference on game jams, hackathons and game creation events) as part of the executive committee.
Prior to moving to Amsterdam, Rebecca taught games programming at the Academy of Interactive Entertainment and the University of Wollongong.
She also worked as the chief marketing officer of Wollongong-based independent game development studio Convict Interactive.
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