Submitted by Sinner101GR 1708d ago | news

IGDA Reorganizes, Joshua Caulfield Says Goodbye

The International Game Developers Association is in the process of changing to meet the needs of its growing membership. Earlier this year, the IGDA’s Board of Directors created a new committee system to focus on different facets of the organization. Each committee is overseen by a Board member, including Membership, Policy/Advocacy, Events/Sponsorship/Partners, Technology, Marketing/Communications, Special Interest Groups and Chapters. These committees allow a broad base of members to make a difference and push organization-wide initiatives forward.

The IGDA will also be searching for a new Executive Director during this reorganization. Joshua Caulfield, who has been in the position for just over a year, will be leaving to become the Executive Director for an architecture student association. (Dev, IGDA, Industry)

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