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EDITION 2020

Because of the pandemic this year our event will be online.

Who's organizing?

Vania Catorcene

Leader

Systems engineer. Among his passions are traveling and dancing. Actively involved in communities as GDG Organizer Cochabamba, WTM Ambassador Cochabamba and Co Founder of GP4Tech. Besides being Facilitator #IAmRemarkable and GEC Level 1.

Allan Leon

Software engineer, with a soft spot for web development and game development. Passionate about videogames and art.

Brian Vega

I have been a mobile, web, and video game developer for 5 years, a lover of video games and the different technology communities, I hope I can share my knowledge with all of you.

Carlos Collazos

I’m an organizer of the GDG Cochabamba community and also SketchApp Ambassador, I’m the Lead Product Designer at Panal Fresh and Lead UI/UX Designer at Zékiri.

Griselda Garcia

Software engineer with postgraduate studies in information technology project management. Developer of web applications. Enthusiastic about learning new technologies and teaching in different sectors.

Irvin Cossio

Mobile Developer in Monbuilding. I really love the technology, actually, I'm working as a freelance in Monbuilding a french startup. Also, I participate in some communities like SCESI, GDG Cochabamba, React Bolivia.

Jacqueline Susan Mejía

My name is Jacqueline Susan Mejía, I am a Data Analyst, I studied Systems Engineering and Computer Engineering, I am passionate about artificial intelligence and constant learning, I like to design and I love to sing.

Mauricio Arce

Mauricio is a web developer and enthusiastic about inclusive tech communities.

Nigel Davila

My name is Nigel, I am a student of the computer science career, I love video games and graphic design.

Pamela Wendy

Pamela is a Systems Engineer and UI/UX designer, is a #IAmRemarkable facilitator, and part of the Google Developer Group, Women Techmakers, and Flutter communities. She likes practicing Yoga and learn about mental health, emotional balance.

Samantha Zambrana

Student of systems engineering and member of scientific society of computer science students at my university, I am dedicated to UX/UI design and web development.

What does WGJ mean
to you?

Women Game Jam is a way of showing that games are for everyone!

Allan Leon

An opportunity to show and expand the beautiful world of video games, and give the opportunity for more people to show their magic through games.

Brian Vega

For me it’s the perfect opportunity to support women in a field where we need more women to participate and also give visibility to all those women who are doing great things in this area.

Carlos Collazos

For me the WGJ means an opportunity for women to discover and/or integrate into the world of games. An opportunity to meet people with similar interests and develop their creativity together.

Griselda Garcia

I participated in a global game jam before, the opportunity to collaborate with a version wgj and trying to get more women in this world is so really exciting

Irvin Cossio

For me Women Game Jam is a great challenge/opportunity for girls who want to show themselves that they can do great things, they just need a little self-confidence. Besides that WGJ is the perfect challenge where you have fun to create great things as a team.

Jacqueline Susan

An opportunity to meet girls with your same tastes and goals, be able to work as a team, exchange knowledge and above all have fun

Mauricio Arce

An opportunity to meet girls with your same tastes and goals, be able to work as a team, exchange knowledge and above all have fun

Nigel Davila

WGJ for me means a space where many girls can learn and share knowledge about video games, meet new people, and above all they can have fun creating and learning.

Pamela Wendy

It is an opportunity where women can have fun and improve their skills working as a team, discovering the world of games and video games creation.

Samantha

A space with spirit of creation, connection and cooperation among all people who want to develop or learn about games in general, discovering new skills that might not have thought.

Vania
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Do you have any questions?

If you would like to contact us, just look us up on the social networks, or send an e-mail to:
wgjbolivia@gmail.com

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