Bonnie Ross, the current head of 343 Industries, will be the 23rd inductee to The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences Hall of Fame on February 13, joining the likes of Todd Howard, Hideo Kojima, and Leslie Benzies, as reported by Gamasutra.
The Hall of Fame awards developers who have pushed games, genres, and the industry forward. Bonnie Ross has worked in the industry for 20 years, has been instrumental in the founding of Microsoft Women in Gaming, and has been a part of the development of several Halo titles, in addition to Gears of War, Mass Effect, and the Xbox release of Counter-Strike.
Well earned! Wouldn't you agree?