About me: Narada Thomas


Narada, a south asian man with medium long hair, looking at the camera with a mild smile and crossing a hand on his face.

NAA-ruh-Dha TAH-muhs

Experiences and Education:

About me

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I am fascinated by the intersection of art, business, and technology! I continuously seek innovative ways to integrate accessible designs and technology into my work and life. As someone with disabilities, I have found that these tools not only help me overcome challenges but also make me more productive and resourceful.

I have gained a diverse range of skills from completing multimedia and business programs in various post-secondary institutions. My business administration, bookkeeping, graphic and web design, photography, and information technology knowledge have been valuable in my work and personal life. I have gained experience working in government, financial institutions, not-for-profits, and small businesses, and I have come to realize that designs should be accessible, ethical, and sustainable.

Whether it’s working on assistive technology projects or creating content for e-learning and digital and offline materials, I am always enthusiastic and eager to learn. I thrive on advocating for digital and offline accessibility and am passionate about keeping up with the latest developments in technology, accessibility, and sustainability.

But that’s not all there is to me – I’m outgoing and curious and love outdoor activities such as backpacking, camping, climbing, snowboarding, paddle boarding, and travelling. I’m passionate about making these activities accessible and affordable for everyone.

If you are looking for someone adaptable, dedicated, and can fit into any environment, look no further! I would be delighted to work with you on your projects. I am also open to some pro-bono opportunities to support charities I believe in.

So, let’s connect and discuss how I can assist you in achieving your goals, or maybe we can geek out about the topics we are both passionate about!

Two of my favourite quotations:

“Sabbe sattā sukhi hontu”

Metta Sutta

“Don’t go through life; grow through life.”

Eric Butterworth