University of Waterloo
Sevil Berenji is a Project Coordinator of the V2V Global Partnership at the University of Waterloo. She is also an experienced Freelance Graphic Designer who focuses on the environment, people, and sustainability through her creative designs. Sevil has a Master’s degree in Sustainability Management from the University of Waterloo and a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from Middle East Technical University, Turkey. She is having the experience of working as a Graphic Designer and Media Support at the University of Waterloo. She also worked as an E-commerce Coordinator at ShopHERE powered by Google and a Graphic Designer at Communitech in Canada where she supported small to medium sized businesses to pivot their business strategies. Prior to that, Sevil worked in the area of graphic design and CAD drafting in collaboration with architectural firms where she presented numerous architectural and urban projects by illustrating conceptual and technical designs and models. During her Master’s degree at Waterloo, she worked on the research topic “The Role of Values and Beliefs in Small-scale Fishery and Dried Fish Production: An Exploration of Social Well-being in Fishing Communities of Sagar Island (Indian Sundarbans)” under the supervision of Prof. Prateep Kumar Nayak.