Today we are featuring each of the Woman Who…Achieves and Innovates through STEM Finalists.
Introducing Helen Routledge of Totem Learning Finalist in the Woman Who…Achieves and Innovates through STEM Category, sponsored by Unique Therapies. Helen is also a Finalist in the Woman Who…Achieves Internationally Category.
Come along and support Helen and our other Finalists at the Awards Lunch which takes place on Friday 27th April at Coombe Abbey Hotel. It’s an afternoon of networking, inspiration and celebration. Everyone is welcome to attend and we have three great inspirational women in business Keynotes this year:
- Holly Matthews (Actress and Founder of The Happy Me Project);
- Emma Heathcote-James (Founder of Little Soap Company); and
- Fleur Sexton (MD of Pet-XI and Re-Vitalise Business Woman of the Year 2017/18)
Take a look at last year’s gallery.
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Helen Routledge, Totem Learning @TeamTotem
Helen is known as one of the most sought after serious games designers globally. Known for creating award winning, effective and engaging gamified solutions with proven ROI that will improve your organisation’s learning and development.
At her heart Helen is an Instructional Games Designer and specialises in the design and development of engaging Gamification and Serious Games. With over 15 years’ experience of applying behavioural and cognitive theories to highly-interactive serious games. Helen has been involved in shaping the Game Based Learning/Serious Games market with particular focus integrating learning content with the motivation aspects of good game design.
“2017 was the toughest year imaginable both professionally and personally so I am absolutely thrilled to be finalist in 2 categories. The other nominees in both categories are exceptional women. I am honoured and humbled to be in such great company.” Helen Routledge
Woman Who…Achieves and Innovates through STEM Category is Sponsored by Unique Therapies
Delivered in partnership with the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB)