Jenny Nordenborg has lived with games for as long as she can remember. Her first memories of gaming was with one of her mothers, who would read and translate Zelda and Landstalker, and Jenny watched with awe and made fan fiction for both games in the form of books and comics. She would play games throughout her childhood and as a teen, sneak up at night to play Counter Strike despite clear instructions on how she was not allowed to.
At 19, she started her first company in the games industry and was outsourcing art while taking courses in game design at Campus Gotland. Today she has worked through art, design, code and management and is running the VR game studio Neat Corp, edtech start-up Brain Harbour, is a moderator for Women in Games and runs monthly lunch meet-ups for all women in games in Stockholm.