Raised in the suburbs of Ontario, Ashley Lewis moved to Toronto to complete her degree. She is a tech savvy, Ryerson New Media grad with a passion for children’s content. Ashley is a hacking, interactive designer with a DIY mentality. With a background in fine art, she also enjoys painting, sculpting and drawing when she isn’t coding. She loves collaborating on creative projects with people of different specializations and is aiding with the launch of Toronto’s first mobile Children’s Museum, inspired by the late great Marshall McLuhan. She has worked and interned for companies like TIFF and CBC and is currently working with Aesthetec and Girls Learning Code. As a lady learning code herself, she is excited at the thought of passing this passion to younger generations.
Register to see Ashley speak on November 16th at the YMCA Academy – www.ioe2012.eventbrite.com.