Roderick Woodruff has served as project manager
for several information technology systems. He is a co-founder
of AAGamer.com, a website that features articles and reviews on
video gaming with an African-American perspective. He is managing
UVGA at McKinley Technology High School in Washington, D.C.
Mario Armstrong is a radio and television host who focuses on
technology and the video game industry. He serves as the chief
technology advocate for community development in Baltimore City
under Mayor Martin O'Malley. He is managing UVGA at Digital Harbor
High School in Baltimore, MD, in conjunction with the Children's
Defense Fund Freedom School summer program.
Joe Saulter is the chairman of the Game Design and Development
Department at American Intercontinental University and CEO
of Entertainment Arts Research, one of the first African-American
owned 3-D video game companies in the nation. Professor Saulter
is also the chair of the International Game Developers Association's
(IGDA) Diversity Advisory Committee. He is managing UVGA in Atlanta
Connie Briscoe Woodruff is a New York Times best-selling
fiction author. She is the former managing editor of a journal
on education and former associate editor at The Joint Center for
Political and Economic Studies, a research and public policy institution.
She is the editor and co-founder of AAGamer.com.
Nicole Armstrong has managed and directed the operations and
staff of a technology training company that
partnered with and eventually merged with the University of Maryland
, Baltimore County .