This first episode of the Tech for Good August series features Alma Moya Losada, CEO and co-founder of Aequaland. Her award-winning startup is a social impact and EduTech focused video game platform developer based in Lausanne, Switzerland, that creates meaningful games to educate and entertain children on inclusion, creativity, as well as sustainability topics. In this conversation, Alma talks about her entrepreneurial journey. She addresses topics such as bias in education, access to the internet, but also how video games will become more present in our future lives. Listen to her story.
Here are some additional useful links. You can learn more about Scientific Mommy, the organisation Alma mentioned, on their website. You can also view the “Blue Eyes - Brown Eyes” school experiment, by Jane Elliot teaching discrimination that Alma talked about, on YouTube. In case you wish to have more information on Aequaland, you can visit their website or follow them through their social media handles: LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.