Dazia Pineda

Queretaro, QUE, MX
Field of Work 
Video Games
Job Title or "Student" 
Senior Producer
Tecnológico de Monterrey
Computer Technologies Engineer
Education Level 
Profile Biography 
Computer Technology Engineer with a focus on Intelligent Systems and Visual Computing by the University of “Tecnológico de Monterrey”. Also has a certification on Project Management by the same institution.

She has always worked for different multinational companies like PINSA, Oracle and Gameloft. Currently working as Senior Producer at the Mexican video games company TagWizz on external related projects. She is a Women In Games Ambassador, part of the core team for Women in Gamex, Women Game Jam, member of the community DevsVJ MX and one of the founders of #SeguroJuego Collective.

In her last 9+ years of life, she has been a strong advocate for more people to join the video game industry, especially girls and women. She has alway dedicated her time to support other video game developers by sharing her experience, knowledge and learned lessons while she was working at Gameloft and now at TagWizz. She is also an advocate on the video game rating systems, with great emphasis to Parents.

She has worked on several projects already, her favorites include “Spider-Man Unlimited” and “EPIC: Battle for Moonhaven” for the movie with the same name. On a more recent collaboration, “EVO Island” and “Flash Rewards” are on the list, as well as other titles on the works. She has been a speaker in different events in Mexico, Latin America and England.
Writing/blogging, Pets, Computing, Reading, Video games, Travel
Race & Ethnicity 
Hispanic or Latino
Level of Participation 
Field trip participation, In-school visit, Online role model
My Experience 
I have been a Role Model many times.
Evenings, Weekdays
Career exploration activities, Fun demonstrations or materials, Hands-on activities for students, Online Mentoring (email or Skype)
Program Affiliation 
Other Program Affiliation 
Women in Games

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