Nayeli Jimenez

Country representing

Canada

Languages

Spanish
English

Education

  • Emily Carr University – Communication Design

Current organisation

Greystone Books

Skills and Expertise

Agriculture
Branding
Graphic design
Photography
Social media

Areas of interest

Environment
Leadership
Sustainable Development

Website & Social Links

I am passionate about

Actions

I sucessfully crowd-funded my One Young World delegate fee through social media. I branded and directed an Indidegogo campaign and got an amazing reposnse from people. You can check it out here.

I have worked with a range of companies–from large to small-–that focus on sustainable solutions. I have also collaborated with fantastic individuals trying to prompt positive change in their communities.

In 2011 I worked for Powertech Labs, a clean energy consulting company, where I conducted primary and secondary qualitative design research on household energy consumption. During this position I also contributed to Powertech’s electric vehicle program and their branding. I was able to work with business and marketing experts, engineers and designers, from whom I learned a lot about clean energy and its growing industry.

I have also had the opportunity to conceptualize and art-direct a video for The Goodforks Inc., a local start-up company that supports sustainable food systems and advocates savvy consumerism to create healthier and happier communities. The mission, values and the great energy from the people involved, fuelled my passion for sustainable food and for design, making this one of the most rewarding collaborations I have been a part of.

On a different note, I recently branded The Little Mountain Film, an activist media project and fundraising campaign. Filmmaker David Vaisbord started the Little Mountain Film to support members from Vancouver’s oldest and most successful social housing complex, when the BC government embarked on an aggressive plan to demolish it. Our collaboration has grown stronger during the last 3 years due to our shared interests in social change and community engagement. On May 9th, 2014 we launched a crowdsourcing campaign to fund the documentary film that will share the story of a community that fought against the violation of human rights and the current housing crisis in Vancouver.

As a designer I tend to create personal projects that are sparked by my interest in sustainable food. I conceptualized a publication that would expose young adults to current perspectives and discussions regarding the food we eat and the industry behind it. I also created a video campaign to promote the Vancouver Farmer’s Markets and the growing interest around local food in our city. Please visit my website to see more examples of my personal and professional projects.

Find me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/pub/nayeli-jimenez/57/597/552