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Rebekah is the other half of Finji with Adam "Atomic" Saltsman. She studied media, communications and culture and worked in Public Relations, specifically Media Relations in her early 20s. She moved into technology working as a technical writer and then product manager within the photography software industry. In 2008, she began managing the finances and porting partnerships for Semi Secret Software. As CEO of Finji, Rebekah contributes to internal design efforts, manages the financial and legal branches of the studio, cultivates relationships with partner projects, and is the direct contact for all consoles and storefronts. In her "spare time" she provides financial services and business development advice to other startups and independent game studios. She is the president of the Austin Pug Club, a writer, an avid distance runner, and mom to two exuberant and chaotic boys.


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Posted by Rebekah Saltsman on Fri, 20 Mar 2015 01:54:00 EDT in Business/Marketing, Indie
This is Rebekah Saltsman's 5 minute talk on Indie Momhood at the 2015 Soapbox at the IGS at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. The following posting is the transcript of that talk along with slides. Live version available soon on The Vault.

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Comment In: [Blog - 03/20/2015 - 01:54]

Thanks everyone for the replies. ...

Thanks everyone for the replies. I 've gotten two reactions from the soapbox- 1 Wow I can do this and 2 OMG. I REALLY can 't do this r n r nI was firmly in the 2 camp- or rather, I would maybe should have been firmly in the 2 ...

Comment In: [News - 12/15/2014 - 12:26]

This is such a HUGE ...

This is such a HUGE deal. I went 2 years ago with a 15 month old, bringing in a family member from 4 hours away to watch him while I snuck away to see tiny portions of the conference. If he was onsite- that would have been amazing. I am ...