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Natasha Sidi, OCT

Product Designer

Product (UX/UI) Designer with qualifications in education and commerce. Driven to design a more accessible world of web.

Education

Sheridan College

April 2017

Post Graduate Certificate:

Interactive Media Management

York University

April 2015

Bachelor of Administrative Studies (Specialized Honours in Management)

Bachelor of Education

Certifications

Ontario College of Teachers
Hootsuite Certified Professional
Ash Kumar Beauty Academy - Certified Henna Artist

Employment

Digital Media Associate

Community Innovation Lab

November 2015 to August 2016
  • Worked closely with the Executive Director to develop and launch a marketing strategy
  • Designed marketing materials
  • Revamped website using WordPress
  • Took professional photographs during events
Communications Associate

Canadian Race Relations Foundation

May 2015 to November 2015
  • Managed all aspects of communication
  • Utilized Joomla to update and design website
  • Managed social media channels
  • Maintained corporate relationship management activities via Salesforce

Volunteer

Vice Chair

Women's Portfolio,

Aga Khan Council For Ontario

October 2015 to March 2017
  • Addressed root causes of the most critical issues facing women by investing in the most effective solutions for long-term change
  • Planned and executed multiple programs and events that empower women
  • Determined and allocated resources effectively required to complete each project
  • Developed a timeline of activities on a quarterly and yearly basis
  • Recruited, trained and managed volunteers on an ongoing basis

Internships

Teacher Candidate

Faculty of Education, York University

2012 to 2015
  • Bendale BTI, Toronto District School Board
  • Forest Hill CI, Toronto District School Board
  • Markville SS, York Region District School Board

Skills

HTML5 CSS3 JavaScript JQuery Wireframing Responsive Design Photoshop Illustrator InDesign Photography Interpersonal Communication Problem Solving Research Teaching Organizational Management