🐾💪🏼 is my emoji name.
Jack of all trades, master of *some*
I wear a lot of hats but in summary...
I enjoy playing around with pixels on the internet to bring my ideas to life!
Self-taught in web-development through fun trial and error, which actually started from a hobby when I was 8.
Being a believer of paying knowledge forward, I also dedicate my time to…
I’m involved in the organisation and delivery of coding community courses for female students (with little to no coding experience) with Code First Girls. The two courses include teaching the basics to web-development and Python.
For International Women's Day 2016, I showcased some incredible women. I asked them why women-focused communities are important, why it's important that women are recognised in STEM and encouraged them to have their voice heard and share any stories! The whole thread can be found here.💗
I also take a leading role in the interdisciplinary group, MedTech, a society that aims to bring individuals from medicine, healthcare and tech together through things like events, workshops and hackathons! I'm part of the organising team for the next HackMed hackathon coming in Spring 2018.
I like bringing all these communities together. In February 2017, I collaborated with HackSheffield to take over 20 of the students from the CFG coding course to wider women in tech conference.
13 years ago, I started writing on the web.
My blog has evolved over time, I mostly now write about reflections of my experiences for both my professional and personal development as well as daily adventures in life.
As a passionate content-creator initially starting from old school blogging, I think it's important to have a positive and impactful social media presence which can be used as a platform for effective and engaging communications.
In November this year, I'll be speaking about engaging communications through blogging and social media for ScHARR's conference:
Title: Above the noise: building an online voice
Abstract: Pauline Narvas, a student from the Department of Biomedical Sciences will be talking about blogging, the gains and issues associated with blogging and digital communication as well as tips on building an online presence using social media strategies and getting work communicated effectively.
Pauline has been creating and sharing content since she was 8 years old. She now regularly blogs at pawlean which has been read over 32,000 times since it re-launched in 2015. In addition to this, she contributes to Science Brainwaves and University of Sheffield Enterprise.
Find out more here.
...studying an undergraduate degree in BSc Biomedical Sciences with Employment Experience at the University of Sheffield.
My degree title is a bit longer than usual because I took a year out after my second year to do a not-so-typical-for-a-life-sciences-student placement in a Communications and External Engagement role.
Thanks to YOU @paulienuh for inspiring me every time I checkout twitter. You're an absolute power house & role model to many! 💎🎉— Charlotte Fereday (@CharlotteBRF) June 3, 2017
Making a name for herself everywhere she goes, by working hard and overdelivering, always. 👌— Matt Burman @ 🇬🇧 (@_mattburman) July 24, 2017
I'm always looking to expand my network and connect with other like-minded people. Let's talk!
Available for work, helping out at community events, speaking and/or a cup of coffee. Get in touch with me at:
(send me emails, I like emails #saidnooneever #butme)