Professional game designer to Skype with CEWiT group

The Media School Report • Nov. 16, 2015
Jenna Hoffstein
Alumna Jenna Hoffstein, MS’11, founded a children’s educational game studio in 2013. The Center of Excellence for Women in Technology will host her Skype talk Dec. 1. (Courtesy photo)

IU’s Center of Excellence for Women in Technology will host alumna Jenna Hoffstein, MS’11, in a Skype talk at 7 p.m. Dec. 1 in the Radio Television Building 226.

She will appear as a guest speaker for the Women in Game Design group to talk about her work as a professional game designer.

After receiving her  master’s, Hoffstein founded her own educational game studio, Little Worlds Interactive, in 2013.

She also designed “The Counting Kingdom,” the company’s first game, which won the National Academy of Video Game Trade Reviewers’ Original Family Game award and International Mobile Gaming Awards’ Best Meaningful Game.

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