The power, potential, and complexity of online games

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This panel will discuss the power of online games (E-games). We are at a pivotal point in time in this field. Some are concerned about such games due to the potential negative effects they may have on people, while some are excited about this new medium we could leverage for positive social impact and education. The panelists will dive into the good, the bad, and the complicated questions that need to be brought to the surface in order for E-games to have the positive impact they are capable of.

Saturday, May 1st, 2021
12:30 PM EST – LOG IN!
12:45 PM EST – See Delaney Jane perform
Speakers begin at 1:00 PM EST
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Adrienne Crampton

Director of Innovation
Adrienne Crampton is an avid athlete and passionate sportswoman. She holds a BSc in Kinesiology, a Masters in Sports Management and a PhD in Rehabilitation Science. Based out of Montreal, she presently works as the Director of Innovation at the Concussion Legacy foundation. Adrienne is passionate about developing comprehensive, sustainable, accessible and integrated solutions to optimize treatment and prevention of brain injuries and their associated mental health consequences.

Brian Bulcke

Stanford University Grad
Managing Partner at Play4Tomorrow
Managing Partner at Play4Tomorrow, world-leading design academy and technology accelerator for positive youth development. Brian specializes in creating game environments that revolve around education, learning, and competition. He’s an advisor to various late stage for-profit and not-for-profit technology companies that respectfully serve millions of youth worldwide. Prior to Play4Tomorrow, Brian helped launch hundreds of early stage technology startups in the sports, education, wellness, and social impact sectors. A former professional athlete, startup founder, and philanthropic investor, Brian has two degrees from Stanford University in both Mechanical Engineering and Management Science

Kaela Bree

CEO + Founder
CEO + Founder of X Movement: Kaela is a 20 year veteran working in the fields of: children’s education, entertainment, technology and gaming, mental health, physical wellness and social entrepreneurship. She is deeply driven by her mission to see peace in her lifetime and is dedicated to supporting kids aged 6-12 (as the future leaders) in building critical life skills to help with their later success in solving some of the world’s global challenges.


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Experts at our Virtual U.S. College Expo

All parents and students are welcome!
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  • Early Action/Decision vs. Regular Decision
  • The Common Application
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See you there on May 1st!

Prepskills & US College Expo Team