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Leading Women of Scotland


Timea Tabori Engine

Timea Tabori Engine Programmer Rockstar North STEM and Video Game Ambassador and CoderDojo mentor. Timea is an Engine Programmer at Rockstar North and the Chair of IGDA Scotland. Originally from Hungary, she was set to pursue a career in games from a young age and attained her Honours Degree in Computer Games Technology from Abertay University. She is a former GDC IGDA Scholar, one of Develop’s 30 Under 30 in 2013 and one of MCV’s Top 30 Women in Games in 2016, when she was also nominated for the Creative Impact Award. After University, she joined Rockstar North where she has worked on titles such as Grand Theft Auto V. As Chair of IGDA Scotland, Timea is working to build, connect and strengthen her local development community. She is also a STEM and Video Games Ambassador working with CoderDojo, teaching young people programming and promoting careers in the creative industries. She is passionate about the power of playfulness in game development and is an advocate for diversity in the gaming community, workforce and products. Through her career and public engagement, Timea hopes to work towards increasing the relevance of the programming community and achieving better inclusivity throughout the industry. 26

Dame Jane Morris Goodall, DBE, formerly Baroness Jane van Lawick-Goodall, is a British primatologist, ethologist, anthropologist and UN Messenger of Peace. 27

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