Building a news site for career professionals

Development The first project I took on at CERIC was the development and launch of a new content-based website, CareerWise, to replace an outdated, directory-style website and job board. We wanted to create the source of career development news, resources and analysis for our target audience. It needed to be engaging and educational. Getting acquaintedContinue reading “Building a news site for career professionals”

Instagram account development

I don’t personally use Instagram, so when CERIC decided to create an account to connect with our CareerWise readers, I knew it would be an exciting challenge for me. I started by taking a Lynda.com course, “Learning Instagram,” to brush up on the basics. I consulted with colleagues and researched best practices for designing aContinue reading “Instagram account development”

Policy brief: How Toronto can leverage the benefits of urban agriculture

I researched, wrote and designed this policy brief as part of an assignment for a course at Ryerson University , “Community Development and Food Security,” in Spring 2020. Executive Summary: Toronto‚Äôs underutilized public-owned spaces and many vacant lots present an opportunity for the city to capitalize on the widespread benefits of urban agriculture. Urban farmingContinue reading “Policy brief: How Toronto can leverage the benefits of urban agriculture”

Waste not, want not? Assessing FoodRescue.ca’s impact on food security

I wrote and researched this paper for a course on Food Security Concepts and Principles at Ryerson University in fall 2019. I was fortunate to be able to interview the FoodRescue.ca Senior Manager as well as several organizations/businesses using the platform. Names of organizations/businesses and of participants have been omitted for online publication. Four millionContinue reading “Waste not, want not? Assessing FoodRescue.ca’s impact on food security”