I'm Natasha Call, a passionate technology instructor, spending time on a daily basis, helping others to learn important and life changing skills.
My background is in graphic design, blogging, social media maximization and optimization, PowerPoint, Publisher, video editing, and more. I've created brochures, logos, websites, flyers, tee shirts, and more. With over 25,000 followers on Instagram, thousands of followers on Facebook, and thousands of followers on Twitter, I enjoy a global engagement with my students. My PowerPoint experience includes creating intros and outros for YouTube channels, ads for embedding in blogs, and many, many, many presentations.
Additionally, my vast knowledge and experience in business consulting, business strategy, and public relations, enables me to really create a comfortable learning experience for my students. Excellent communication with my student, solving their needs, and creating a professional bond, are all aspects of my professional personality. I've learned that the excitement I feel when I see others succeed is my adrenaline.
I'm providing my students with really easy-to-follow, easy-to-learn, exciting, and useful courses, sharing my expertise and experience. These enriching courses provide more than just program tips. For example, the PowerPoint course, PowerPoint Wizardry, includes tips on presentation psychology, color psychology, and other tips to help students become not only better at PowerPoint, but become better presenters and more savvy presentation creators as well.
The Golden Rule is my mantra. My feeling is that technology, and what you do with it, affects the global citizenship. Therefore, I push to give much more than I receive. However, I find that I benefit far more from the interactions. Thus, I pedal harder to benefit my students and other virtual interactions, creating a better global environment.
I am so full of gratitude for the opportunity to be your instructor. I'm also so very grateful for my experiences and for my knowledge because now I get to share them with you. Thank you for being a student. I prize all of you.