ABOUT ME• Went to Woodlands Secondary School• DECA student• Worked for the newspaper• Tae kwon do• Sketch, read, travel, design• Thought about being • A ballerina • A gymnast • A police officer • A journalist • A business woman • Me!
EDUCATIONUniversity of Toronto Class of 2012Digital Enterprise Management Specialist ProgramInstitute of Communications, Cultures, and Information Technology• business administration theory and concept combined with information technology and design practices. equips students with knowledge and expertise in how to manage, recognize, and best utilize existing and emerging technology, people, and process to further the successes of an organization. • Design interactive advertisement materials using Adobe suites, as well as, information systems, databases, websites and graphics • Created business plans, project charters & plans, Marketing strategies • Researched topics of innovation, organizational behavior, and business development relevant to case studies in the industry
THE YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS CHALLENGEEnvisioned and executed Young Entrepreneurs Challenge Conference and competition Featured entrepreneurial competition for over $3500 in prizes, Kobo ereaders, and lunch with high-profile executives Housed top Industry leaders for Keynotes and Breakout speaking sessions Mayor Hazel McCallion, Dean Amy Mullin, CEO Doug Turney, Top 40 under 40 Michael Hyatt and President Stewart Lyons, VP Charles Atkinson, and more…Recruited 30 speakers, judges and coaches, 20 showcasing companies and 250 attendeesRaised $16000 in sponsorship
PRINCIPAL’S INVOLVEMENT AWARDUniversity’s highest form of recognition for students in their final year of studywho show an admirable level of involvement in the University’s extra-curricularlife
WHAT ARE YOU’RE PASSIONS?"One person with passion is better than forty people merely interested." — E. M. Forster"There is no greatness without a passion to be great, whether its the aspiration of an athlete or an artist, a scientist, a parent, or a businessperson." — Anthony Robbins
ROLESInnovator • mashup several areas of tech skills and knowledge to operate at the cutting edge of the new. They love to learn, analyze and create.Leader • mashup business and tech. They figure out how technology can help projects and organizations succeed. Leaders love to work with people and make change happen.
Builder • turn great tech ideas and information into reality. They take big - sometimes complicated ideas - and bring them to lifeProblem Solver • set up, maintain, fix and answer everyone’s questions about technology. Whether on the phone, in a classroom, in the field or in a repair shop, problem-solvers make tech available to users.
EDUCATION• College or University?• Program?• Post grad?