Mrs. Bader is a Lecturer at Prince Mohammed Bin Fahad University in the College of Engineering, the Department of Interior Design; she has been in this teaching position since September 2009. Mrs. Bader has taught Graduate Senior Project, Design I, Commercial and Office design.
Mrs. Bader had previous experience in teaching, as she held the position of Lecturer at Prince Sultan University in Riyadh from 2006 till 2009. Mrs. Bader has taught Materials of Interior Design, Introduction of Design, also Foundation of 3 dimensional Design and 2 Dimensional design courses.
During Mrs. Bader stay in Riyadh she was also working as an Interior Architect at Rewaq of the Kingdom, and she has completed many projects during her field work.
Mrs. Bader has completed her Master's in Education at the Saint Vincent University in Halifax, Canada. Also Mrs. Bader has completed various courses in Design such as Industrial Design from Nova Scotia School of Art and Design, during her course was presented with an Outstanding Young Canadian (OYC) Award from the Junior Chamber International (JCI) Halifax, a worldwide organization of young leaders and entrepreneurs. The award program aims to recognize individuals between the ages of 18 and 40 who exemplify the best attributes of the world's young people. She with a fellow student designed the Ambulatory, a patient transfer belt intended to alleviate the risk of injuries, is designed to offer improved safety and comfort to patients, while also maintaining essential ergonomic principles to allow for ease of use by medical professionals.
MSc in Foundation of Education, Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, Canada, July 2005.
BSc in Interior Architecture, King Faisal University, Dammam, Saudi Arabia, June 2000.
Prince Sultan University (PSU), Al Riyadh- Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, September 2006 -2009.
Prince Mohammed bin Fahad University, Al-Khobar, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, September 2009- Present
Riwaq of the Kingdom, Al Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, November 2008 - August 2009
Sustainability, Educational environments & Color theories