My name is Diana Katherine Stavropoulos. I am from Skokie, IL, a north suburb of Chicago. I recently obtained dual citizenship in America and Canada. This May of 2014 I graduated from the University of Illinois at Chicago's School of Architecture & Arts, receiving a Bachelors of Science in Architecture.
A design profession is a vocation that I have been pursuing since I was very young. I am a passionate and skilled worker who thrives on challenges and learns quickly. In specific, I am interested in a sustainable design path. Environmentally conscious design techniques create challenging yet interesting proposals, as well as consistently strive to improve the future. As designers, we have the incredible ability to create and manipulate spaces in such a way that changes peoples’ experiences within the spaces they live. By creating these spaces that promote and encourage a greener lifestyle, we can make small steps in bettering peoples’ lives, and in turn, the places we live.
Take a look at my work: http://dianakatstav.wix.com/dianakatstav#!my-work/cj84
UIC Office of Sustainability, Chicago, IL, US, Intern
Graphic design (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign)
Social media marketing (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)
Malta Conferences Foundation, Evanston, IL, US, Intern
Plenary/keynote lectures for personal and foundation purposes Secretarial Assistance
Social media marketing (Facebook)
Creative Coworking, Evanston, IL, US, Intern
Social Media Marketing (Facebook, Twitter)
Website maintenance (WordPress)
Monthly newsletters (MailChimp)
Freelance Assistant (WordPress, MailChimp, graphic design)
onShore Networks, Evanston, IL, US, Intern
Marketing Research Assistant
University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Bachelors, Architecture
Chancellor’s Student Service Award (CSSA) Recipient, Award
Received for my work at the UIC Office of Sustainability.
Since 1973, the Chancellor’s Student Service Award (CSSA) has honored students who have made an outstanding contribution to the University through campus and community service. Student recipients must contribute a significant amount of time, effort, and creativity to one or more campus and/or community service projects.Students must be enrolled during the academic year in which the award is received, be in good academic (at least a 2.5 GPA) and judicial standing, have volunteered in a campus and/or community service organization, and must have made a significant contribution to an organization. The service activities of students vary greatly each year as they contribute to both campus and community agencies.