Online Educational Pioneer
Education and technology professional with 9+ years of experience with designing and facilitating effective and engaging curricula and educational immersive experiences for learners of all ages and diverse backgrounds.
Creative and innovative leader with a track record of developing inventive and successful learning experiences.
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BUILDS ENGAGING LEARNING EXPERIENCES
Bianca Alvarado is the co-founder of Casa Azul Productions, a full service digital media production company. We produce highly creative online curricula that are innovative and interactive that is accessible to all learners, regardless of income, socio-economic status, and learning capabilities.
She is also the founder of Baja Urban, a Digital Marketplace for Socially Conscious and Multicultural Illustrated Books and Media.
Digital Comic Book
Led the development of this digital comic book for youth about applying restorative principles for the Tariq Khamisa Foundation.
Digital Media Courses for Hispanic Students
Wrote grant proposal and secured funding to pilot a workforce readiness program for 500 Hispanic students to learn about digital media careers through an AlumniTIES grant funded by the US State Department.
UX Design Workbook
Created curriculum and guided design for UX Design Workbook on Website Design.
Conduct a needs analysis to identify learning requirements based on the organization's goals, user's needs, and stakeholder's interests.
User Experience Design
Design and craft courses with content that is relevant, motivational, and engages students in active online learning.
Culturally relative content creation based on the users' culture, demographics, background, geographical location, and learning needs.
As part of a nationwide project exploring the impact of art on STEM disciplines, the San Diego Incubator for Innovation program addressed water challenges in the Binational community using art to spark creative solutions.
My group, a multidisciplinary, cross-border, and bilingual team, developed Trash to Paradise in 2013-2014. Here, I served as the Binational Relations and Community Leader of Trash to Paradise.
Jóvenes Trabajando Juntos or Youth Working Together is one of the 10 Threads (High School Volunteers Groups) that have participated in The Social Fabric Initiative in the Summer of 2018.
The Thread was located in Terrazas del Valle, one of the most vulnerable communities in Tijuana, and was led by Bianca Alvarado.
Co-created career exploration event with Gente Bonita Magazine. Together we hosted an educational event for more than 500 community members which included high school and college students, parents, international professionals, and
The “Me Project” Expo was a one-day career expo event designed for 300 youth to explore career paths through interactive activities led by multidisciplinary industry leaders hosted at the Auditorium - San Diego Museum of Art.