Video streamed on Twitch during the European Women in Games conference 2016. Conference Panel: What's it like being a minority in a minority? - Anisa Sanusi, Chella Ramanan, Kish Hirani, Sitara Shefta, Tanya Laird Open discussion on ethnic diversity, chaired by Chella Ramanan. Anisa Sanusi Frontier Developments - UI Artist Malaysian born 2D & UI artist working in the UK video games industry, previously dabbled in animation. Chella Ramanan Games industry journalist contributing to Gameindustry.com and co-hosting gaming podcast, Argue the Toss Chella provides commentary on the games industry, with a particular focus on narrative and diversity, as well as writing reviews, news and events coverage. She is a freelance copywriter at Chella Writes, supporting a wide range of businesses and she also writes fiction. Kish Hirani BAME in Games Chair BAME in Games is an advocacy or special interest group that exists to encourage more diverse talent working in the games and the wider entertainment industry. The group manages a professional network to encourage discussion and collaboration on diversity and make available speakers for conferences and events. The group also exists to nurture and promote the benefits of diversity and hiring talent from minority groups generally within games and entertainment. Sitara Shefta Sumo Digital Ltd - Producer Producer currently working on LittleBigPlanet 3 with previous AAA experience working on titles including Need for Speed Most Wanted. Tanya Laird Digital Jam Lectures - Mentor, Advisor, Lecturer Tanya has been on the leading and creative edge spanning games, film, TV, comics, music, immersive theatre, theme parks and Transmedia. As the creator of the the VR Writers Room and the co-organiser for the world’s largest VR & AR meetup group “Augmenting Reality”, Tanya brings together thought leaders and experts to share key findings with the wider VR community, develop methodologies and establish unified terminologies across industries.