That’s why being in my current role as the Head of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) is deeply personal to me. We then updated our in-house quarterly employee survey to mirror what was identified as ‘inclusion gaps’ in the DEI survey. We also looked at disaggregated employee data to uncover patterns that may go unnoticed if we just look at the numbers as a whole. We’ve had over 580 participants across all DEI trainings we’ve offered so far. Empowering and harnessing the passion of RoviansOne thing I learned when I joined the games industry is how passionate people are.