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“Video game aims to bust coronavirus myths”
CoronaCombat – A digital game that raises awareness and provides accurate information on the new coronavirus and related COVID-19 disease. The game not only provides players with useful and reliable information but also empowers them to question misinformation.
EarthFenders – Defenders of the Earth is a mobile game that helps learners understand the causes and consequences of climate change and empowers learners to take appropriate actions to adopt more sustainable lifestyles.
“Alumna develops app to teach empathy for animals”
Mariam interviewed by The GW Hatchet on animal welfare game KritterKneads
Mariam Nusrat’s interview with ABC7 News on “The power of games: Global team busts menstrual myths using educational technology”
KritterKneads – Saving All Critters In Need is launched on Google Play Store. The game aims to build compassion for animals.
SurrEndo – The surrender on Endometriosis aims to reduce societal stigma around endometriosis through increasing awareness and empathy.
Nari Paila hits 10K Downloads
GRID showcased at CGI U marketplace at the Clinton Foundation HQ, where innovative CGI U alums showcased their social impact products! Mariam also participated in a roundtable discussion with Chelsea Clinton.
Nari Paila – Claim your fame with the reproductive health game. Nari Paila builds reproductive health knowledge in a fun and engaging way.
DC Inno 50 on Fire – GRID among DC’s top 50 most innovative companies
Mariam’s Biography Speaking Engagement at Serious Play Conference
Grid featured on WUSA9 : made an app to affect stereotypes on social media – StereoWiped
“Alumna creates educational video games with global reach”
Mariam Nusrat interviewed by The GW Hatchet on educational video games.
Grid featured in Washington business Journal on “Can video games change the world? This D.C. startup is giving it a try.
Mariam was recognized as an Honor Roll Alum in 2017 by President Clinton at the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGIU).
Mariam gives her second TEDx Talk on MoHiM – No shame in the period game.
Rizwan Nusrat gives second TEDx Talk on Gaming for change
“Pakistan. « MoHim », cette appli qui veut briser le tabou des règles”
Translation: Pakistan. “MoHim”, is an app that wants to break the taboo of menstruation
“Un jeu vidéo pakistanais à l’assaut des tabous sur les règles”
Translation: Pakistani video game challenges taboos
“This super-fun mobile game is making it easier to talk about periods” Dawn Images
“How A Smartphone Game Is Busting Menstrual Taboos” Grid in Huffington Post
Rizwan Nusrat gives his TEDx Talk on changing the world through video games
MoHiM: No shame in the period game. MoHiM raises menstrual health awareness through a fun myth-busting game and brings the dialogue to the forefront; educating and creating champions who are eager to eradicate MHM shame!
Mariam gives her first Tedx talk in Washington DC on “Gamifying Behavior Change”
“These Pakistanis Redefined the Role of Women in 2015”
StereoWiped receives honorable mention in UN Peace App Competition
“The brave Pakistani woman who changed video gaming landscape with her startup, GRID”
“Mariam Adil… The Pakistani Who Did What Men Couldn’t”
Mariam is a recipient of the Elliott School’s Wilbur J. Carr Prize
Mariam Nusrat is awarded the 2015 Andrew E. Rice Award for leadership and innovation by a young Professional in international development.
Meet the Woman Who’s Shaking Up Pakistan’s Social Gaming Industry
Mariam received the GWU Knapp Fellowship for Entrepreneurial Service-Learning for developing video games as learning tools for international development projects.
“Social-good gaming will only reach its potential when women do too”
GRID showcased as an “exemplary approach” at a session moderated by President Clinton at CGIU 2015
GRID registered as LLC
GRID wins “Best Social Enterprise” in GWU Business Plan Competition
StereoWiped: Wiping Stereotypes! The game aims at engaging youth in breaking racial, gender and professional stereotypes and encouraging social diversity.
“For entrepreneurial grad students, startups are a work in progress”
Mariam makes a commitment to action at Clinton Global Initiative University 2014 (CGIU)
Mariam Nusrat came up with the idea of GRID