Curriculum Vitae

Self Employment

  • Professional Life Coach, Get A Life COACH with the Wright approach (2004-present)
  • Contract Coach, S.E.A.R.C.H. Program Alliance for Arts and Culture (2005-2006) Chalkboard Signage Artist, Chalkwright Images, (1998-present)
  • Contract Artist/Apprentice, Chalkboard Art Apprenticeship, Zack Grafx (1998)

Employment

  • Facilitation Team Member, S.E.A.R.C.H. Program Alliance for Arts and Culture, Vancouver, B.C.(2005-2006)
  • Regional Head Sign maker/ Marketing Support, Capers’ Regional Office, B.C.(1997-1998)
  • Sign maker, Kitsilano and West Vancouver Stores, Capers’ Community Market, B.C.(1994)
  • Volunteer and Community Involvement Violence Prevention Educator, Red Cross RespectED, B.C. (2003-present)
  • Contributor Justpushplay Fundraiser for Community Support Programs (2005)
  • Presenter/Coach, Capers’  Sustainable Living Eco Fair (2005)
  • Volunteer/Coach/Artist for Imagine Conference (2005)
  • High-Risk Youth Mentor, Watch your Step Community Art Project, Roundhouse Community Centre (2002)
  • Member of William Street Studios, Vancouver, B.C. (2000 – present)

Education      

Erickson College, B.C.

  • Certified Professional Coach Certificate (2005)
  • 2-Day Coaching Breakthrough (2004)

Red Cross, Violence Prevention Educator Certificate

  • 75 hours Relationship Violence (2004)
  • 100 hours Child Abuse Prevention (2003)

University of British Columbia

  • Women’s Resource Centre Peer Counseling Certificate (2002)

Georgian College, Barrie, ON.

  • Interior Design 3 Year Diploma (1988 -1991) Honors Graduate, Dean’s List, Scholarship Recipient
  • Creative Arts 2 Year Diploma (1985 -1987)

Professional Development

  • Consultant Training, Professionals in Transition (2006)
  • Host/Participant, The Painting Journey, Intuitive Painting Workshop (2005)
  • S.E.A.R.C.H. Program, Group #92 Participant, Alliance for Arts & Culture (2004)

Creativity and Innovation

  • Designed functional, non-traditional work environments including artist studios and a home-based office as a part of self-employment ventures. Incorporated creative and visual communication tools to support client comprehension and engagement.
  • Offer creative perspectives to brainstorming and solution finding efforts or project development.
  • Created 10’ x 20’ painted mural storyboard for non-profit organization to demonstrate and communicate their vision and further community awareness of their objectives.

Art Done Wright

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