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Sugar Gamers CEO on overcoming failure, N64 and scruffy protagonists

Keisha Howard founded Sugar Gamers in 2009 to give women a community to bond over their interests in gaming and technology. It’s now a leader in bringing diversity to gaming and geek culture. Howard spoke to John Teti about using gaming as a teaching tool to learn about failure and what her favorite game console is.

Sugar Gamers CEO on overcoming failure, N64 and scruffy protagonists

Keisha Howard founded Sugar Gamers in 2009 to give women a community to bond over their interests in gaming and technology. It’s now a leader in bringing diversity to gaming and geek culture. Howard spoke to John Teti about using gaming as a teaching tool to learn about failure and what her favorite game console is.

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