Mary KaylerPh.D. CEO and Founder

Mary Kayler

As an award-winning educator and facilitator, she understands how to transform people’s lives. Mary is affectionately called ‘fire starter’ and is a visionary; her depth of expertise and creativity inspires educators and industry leaders to take an innovative approach to address engagement challenges, essential skills & development, collaboration, and teamwork, to enhance and support a supportive culture that promotes longlasting learning and development.

Adam Mayes

Adam Mayes

With 30 years of experience in the field, within the game industry, and working in university game design schools, he seamlessly works across many fields and disciplines. Adam is a leading expert in using games as an innovative technology for finding solutions to pressing problems. Adam is recognized as the ‘go-to’ ‘visionary’ ‘mentor’ and transforms students’ lives.

Matthew Artus-Alson

Matthew Artus-Alston

I am Matthew Artus-Alston, the Business analyst for Playable Fiction. I consider myself quite a data geek. I enjoy creating charts and graphs. The majority of my professional background is in data analytics. I have an associate degree in fire protection technology from Onondaga Community College and a bachelor of science in Aeronautics from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

About Playable Fiction

We create playable, narrative lead, interactive immersive experiences, which allows ourplayers to live breathtaking adventures that deliver extraordinary results. Playable Fiction creates immersive, narrative experiences that deliver more than just entertainment. Built into our interactive experience games are solutions to our clients problems, from supporting soft skills, through student mobility, to teaching specific subjects.We design proven educational solutions with universities worldwide facilitating unique training to design memorable moments that last a lifetime! Overcoming challenges creates memorable moments. If those moments are infused with learning, soft skill development, or demonstrating mastery of a subject, then knowledge is embedded in the sense of triumph, leading to longer retention.