Raíssa Siqueira has a Bachelor's degree in Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Salvador (2018) - Brazil - and a one-year Bachelor's degree in Architecture at the University of Toronto (2015) - Canada. She is currently enrolled in the Architectural Technology program at Sheridan College, graduating in 2022.
She has over four years of experience working in the Architecture industry. She is experienced in hand-drawing and designing, drafting with CAD applications, 3D modelling, rendering and postproduction with Photoshop.
Raíssa is competent in handling and coordinating large and small groups of people, as evidenced by exceptional ambassador service at the Center for International Experience (U of T, Canada).
She is a faster learner, flexible, organized, dedicated and responsible, as highlighted by Praxis Junior Enterprise (2013). She is proactive and efficient under pressure working in a team.
She is enthusiastic and ambitious, as verified by a constant involvement with extra-curricular activities that allow for different learning experiences. She has been a Laureate International Universities ambassador at the World Business Forum (2016); a jazz band lead singer at Partitions of Music band (2015); a dance instructor at U of T(2015-2016), an SWB ambassador (2015), a Hart House Singers librarian (2014-2015). She is a Krav Maga green belt, practicing since 2016.
She is sociable, with excellent communication skills, as demonstrated by conference speaking at the VI Seminar of Architecture and Urban Planning Design at UNIFACS (2018).
She is creative and detail-oriented, as observed by the delivery of high-quality design projects at UNIFACS (Brazil), U of T and Sheridan College (Canada).
She possesses strong organization and time management skills, as demonstrated by the ability to handle several activities at the same time (i.e. school, internships, research projects, dance and fight classes, meditation and gym)
Raíssa is fluent in Portuguese (native) and English and has reached an intermediate level of French.