April 2, 202110 Min Read

BIPOC of Ubisoft – Lauren Stone

Learn how a Japanese-American writer works to creates representation in The Division 2’s Asian-American characters.

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March 26, 20217 Min Read

BIPOC of Ubisoft – Hanin Fakhriddin

Learn how one Ubisoft Marketing Manager struggled to feel at home in her own country.

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March 19, 20218 Min Read

BIPOC of Ubisoft - Anand Subramaniam

A Ubisoft Senior Video Editor on struggling to see South Asian representation and the danger of racist stereotypes.

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March 12, 20219 Min Read

BIPOC of Ubisoft – Carl Tamakloe

How a Junior Project Manager in France saw himself represented in American media.

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December 8, 20202 Min Read

Ubisoft Welcomes Raashi Sikka as New VP of Global Diversity & Inclusion

Ubisoft’s first-ever diversity and inclusion leader will report directly to CEO Yves Guillemot.

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November 20, 202010 Min Read

BIPOC of Ubisoft – Tahirah Mirza

How a Muslim-Pakistani woman found success outside of expectations.

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November 13, 20207 Min Read

BIPOC of Ubisoft – Nikhil Ramburrun

Ubisoft Toronto gameplay programmer on how to get a job in games, and why failing can be good.

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November 6, 20204 Min Read

BIPOC of Ubisoft – Andrea Schmoll

Team lead systems designer, Andrea Schmoll discusses learning to adapt, specialize, and grow on the job.

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October 30, 20205 Min Read

BIPOC of Ubisoft – Raj Patel

Lessons in getting into the industry and helping it grow from Ubisoft Toronto Product Manager.

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October 23, 20206 Min Read

BIPOC of Ubisoft - Ellie Vengala

An immigrant story about believing in yourself, asking yourself the right questions, and feeling a sense of belonging.

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