Maggie Wolf ’15, video game tester, featured in state newspaper article
Maggie Wolf ’15 was featured Tuesday in the Portage (Wisconsin) Daily Register newspaper. She will speak Friday at the Portage Public Library about working in the video game industry and her job as a quality assurance tester for Raven Software in Middleton.
The article, Video game tester to share tips for teens Friday in Portage, references her education at Ripon College, where she majored in biology and minored in German and Latin. She is a 2011 Portage High School graduate and wants to design her own video games, preferably educational ones involving conservation and/or language.
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