Creative Content Specialist
Patricia originally met Lisa in Middle School when she enrolled in an Essay Writing class in North York, and continued to study with Lisa well into High School. These writing classes and Lisa’s own passion for the Social Sciences sparked Patricia’s interest in the Liberal Arts. She is currently enrolled in her third year at the University of Toronto, majoring in Sociology and Criminology.
Prior to university, Patricia graduated from the CyberARTS program at Don Mills Collegiate, where she gained proficiency in traditional and digital art. Thus, Patricia is the responsible for the illustrations in all of PFAU’s comic strips, working side-by-side with Lisa to create humorous comics that relate directly to the foibles of student life.
Patricia also has a passion for community service, particularly within educational settings. She has gained experience from tutoring centres as a camp counsellor, teacher, and tutor for the Leading to Reading Program at the Toronto Public Library. Patricia is also a recipient of the Lieutenant Governor’s Community Volunteer Award for Students after completing over one thousand hours of community service, as well as, the Footprints Compassion Award for demonstrating a will to help those in need.
In her free time, Patricia enjoys arts and crafts, illustrating, and baking sweet treats for friends and family to enjoy.