Brandon Garcia talks about the difference that volunteering remotely has made for him by improving his management skills.
What motivates you to be the project manager and assistant producer?
It’s motivating working with other talented volunteers and helping them stay organized so that we can make an impact to our organization.
How did you hear about Games For Love and what interests you in working with them?
I heard about Games For Love through LinkedIn for a Project Manager Volunteer position. I believe in the mission of the organization and I’m fortunate to be able to contribute my time to make a difference.
Where do you see Games For Love growing in the next year?
I see Games For Love growing and reaching a broader audience to make a bigger impact.
What are your current favorite video games?
Most recently Knockout City has been very fun. From there, VALORANT and Hades have been my most recent favorites.
What is one of your most memorable experiences volunteering/working with Games For Love?
I’m still in the early stages of forming memorable experiences, so far the highlight has been the positive interactions with other volunteers.
What do you think was the key moment or decision that helped you get started on the path you are on today?
With last year’s major events, I found that volunteering was a bit difficult. Joining Games For Love was a perfect fit, having the ability to make a difference remotely while improving my project management skills.