Games That Change is on a mission to end social disconnection by providing tools for human interaction.



Questions are important.

The only way to get answers is by asking questions. In our work at Games That Change, we recognize the value in asking questions as often as possible. We ask questions to provide context, create solutions, and develop deeper understanding.

Mistakes are okay.

We only fail when we don't try. Around here, mistakes are encouraged as a way to learn. We may make mistakes, but then we will get it better the next time.

Feed the happy.

What you feed grows and what you starve dies. Our Founder, Tracie Jae, has the motto #feedthehappy and we strive to honor that in all the work we do.

Love first, always.

Even in business, we believe our decisions must be based in love. When we start there, the rest lines up.




Tracie Jae

Founder & CEO

Founder & CEO of Games That Change, Tracie Jae, has an intentional focus on intrapersonal development and asking better questions. Ms. Jae is the inventor of I'm Glad You Asked - a game created to foster communication and build community. Her professional background is in non-profit management and education, and she holds a MA in Strategic Communication and Leadership from Seton Hall University.
Beyond her professional commitments, Tracie has 3 daughters whom she hopes to offer a legacy of independence, courage, fortitude & faith. Her personal motto is "Feed the Happy" and she strives to do that every chance she gets.