Marie-Claire Isaaman is CEO of Women in Games (WIGJ) a not for profit working to address gender diversity and inclusion in the game industries. She engages with a wide range of businesses and organizations as a consultant and researcher. Women in Games was awarded the TIGA (UK Trade Body for Games Developers & Digital Publishers) Games Industry Diversity Award 2017 and as collaborators with London College of Communication the TIGA University Initiative Award 2019 for the Fusion Project. As CEO she was presented with a Special Award at GameRome 2018 for her outstanding diversity work in the sector. She is named in the GamesIndustry.Biz 100 most influential people in Video Games list 2019. Recently engaged as an ‘Industry Fellow’ for InGame part of the Creative Industries Cluster Programme funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council and UKRI. She is a Trustee for OCA [Open College of the Arts] – Orto Stella, [a Norfolk based Charity Empowering Women Lives After Domestic Abuse] and the BGI [Championing British Games Culture].