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JC LauSenior ProducerProbablyMonsters

In addition to being a senior producer at ProbablyMonsters with experience developing multiple internationally renowned video games, Dr. JC Lau is an award-winning speaker and advocate for diversity, inclusion, equity, and representation in the games industry. She founded the Bungie Diversity Committee in 2017, and was a founding member of the HBS JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion) Council in 2020. A fierce proponent of empathy and giving back to the profession, JC is currently the president of the Board of Directors for Global Game Jam, focusing on sustainable pathways into game development. She has spoken at conferences and conventions including the Game Developers Conference, PAX, Emerald City Comicon, Feminist Camp, Wonder Women Tech, and GeekGirlCon, and has been featured in the New York Times, Kotaku, Variety, and In 2022, JC was also the recipient of the Individual Diversity Advocate award at the Women in Games Global Awards, a member of the IGDA Foundation's Next Gen Leaders cohort, and was inducted into the Game Awards Future Class. She has also been featured as one of's 2021 Game Changers cohort, and is a member of the inaugural #QueerInGames list in 2021, and #ShePlaysGames list in 2022. She also is the creator of #WhatAGameDevLooksLike, an online movement to share and celebrate the diversity in game development and challenge stereotypes about game developers. In her spare time, she also fosters ferrets as a volunteer with the Washington Ferret Rescue and Shelter.