Founder of The Cube, Eren is passionate about technology, creativity and learning. In developing The Cube, she has succeeded in creating a community space for education that focuses on technology and innovation through cross-disciplinary learning.
An IT/Web Development expert with over 20 years of experience, Eren really knows her stuff. Over the years, she has worn many hats: web designer, art director and IT operations manager – just to name a few. She has helped develop digital brands in the hospitality industry and was creative digital lead for top name clients, such as BASF, FedEx Canada, Herman Miller USA, Roy Thomson Hall and the Toronto Public Library.
Besides developing programs and camps for The Cube, Eren is working with corporations like PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) . The goal is to reignite creativity and innovation in the workplace through team play. She knows that you never stop learning and you don’t have to be a kid to have fun!
Education Director and teacher of a variety of technology subjects such as coding, game design, digital arts and computer literacy. She holds a Bachelors in Computer Science from Ryerson University and a Video Game Design Diploma from the Toronto Film School. Introducing kids, teens and adults to the tech industry is her passion and she is excited knowing that she is teaching the innovators of tomorrow!
I am a Multimedia Instructor and Administrative Assistant at The Cube! As a graduate of the Interactive Media Design and Production collaborative degree-diploma program between the UWO and Fanshawe College, I studied media communications, graphic design, and web development with electives in video game theory, social media analysis, and writing.
4th year Computer Science student at the University of Toronto. Builder of computers; disregarder of back side cable management. Video game and computer hardware enthusiast with a strong passion for teaching and technology.
While completing his Bachelors of Film and Media at Humber College, Christian expanded his pursuits into game design. This eventually led him to develop a VR game for his thesis project. Upon graduating he started teaching at the Cube, showing kids how to use the Unity Engine. He loves to share his passion for game design with his students.
I am a technology instructor at the Cube, and a 4th year Mathematical Physics student at the University of Waterloo, pursuing a minor in computer science. I am passionate about teaching, and excited to share in children's curiosity about the world. In my spare time I enjoy singing with the university choir, doing origami, and playing guitar.