In August 2015, I was featured in the Seattle Times alongside Zoe Quinn, Kate Edwards, Aviva Schecterson, and other talented women to discuss the future of women in gaming. I am passionate about developing progressive narratives in games in order to promote equality, acceptance, and understanding of the entire human experience, and so I wanted to speak up about bringing this mindset to the video game community at large.
"[Alexandra] Lucas and her classmate, Aviva Schecterson, 23, president of the school’s Diversity Club, have been doing some of their own work at DigiPen, reaching out to women, transgender students and others in the minority to make them feel welcome. They also offer support through groups and mentorships with other women and transgender people working in the industry."
Full Article: 'This has got to change': Women game developers fight sexism in industry