Episode 55: Women in Game Development With Ker-Chunk Games CEO, Molly Proffit

In this episode, we had the pleasure to talk to Ker-Chunk Games’ Co-founder and CEO Molly Proffit. She shares what motivated her to create a company that focuses on making games that empower women as players. We also discuss what the game industry can do to hire and retain more female devs.

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  1. November 6, 2016 at 1:00 pm — Reply

    Interesting! Here is a related story about a VR entrepreneur who is self-funding two mobile games with proceeds from a decade of work in Second Life: https://indiewatch.net/2016/11/01/she-killed-it-in-second-life-and-then-self-funded-two-mesmerizing-mobile-games/

  2. May 30, 2017 at 9:05 pm — Reply

    Awesome episode!

    I have a daughter (only 1yo) and obviously I’m not going to force her to follow me into a programming career (although I would be stoked) if she does however I am stoked to hear there are awesome people out there like yourselves that are actively working to make it a good option for her :)

    Thank you!

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