Mentorship: Myths & Mistakes

Oct 23, 2018


ROOM 205



Effective and ongoing mentorship serves as a valuable tool for underrepresented people to break through barriers to their success, but mentorship programs are the perfect storm for impostor syndrome and self-doubt. “Have I achieved enough to be a mentor?” “Do I deserve to be mentored?”

Ally McLean, Director of the Working Lunch mentorship program for entry level women in games and recipient of the 2018 NSW Young Creative Mentorship Grant shares a retrospective of a year of mistakes, valuable lessons learned and strategies developed for the future of mentoring for under-represented groups.

  • Ally McLean

    Product Director

    3RD Sense