Steffi Marcos Coordinating Chair Steffi specializes in Statistics Data Mining and is going into her second and last year as the coordinating chair. She has been volunteering at Frontier College since 2013. Her overarching goal as chair is to not only help learners increase their literacy and numeracy comprehension but to help them understand the importance of learning and its long-term effects. Volunteering aside, Steffi loves hanging out with her dog, Pepper. Email  

Steffi Marcos
Coordinating Chair

Steffi specializes in Statistics Data Mining and is going into her second and last year as the coordinating chair. She has been volunteering at Frontier College since 2013. Her overarching goal as chair is to not only help learners increase their literacy and numeracy comprehension but to help them understand the importance of learning and its long-term effects. Volunteering aside, Steffi loves hanging out with her dog, Pepper.

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Ken Martin Community Coordinator  

Ken Martin
Community Coordinator

 

Mifaly Andiramady Volunteer Coordinator Mifaly Andriamady is a third-year student, specializing in International Development Studies. Ensuring access to education for all kids around the world is one of the things she is passionate about, leading her to joining Frontier College as a volunteer, since her 1st year at UTSC. She has since been to three different programs, transitioning to program manager in her 2nd year, an experience that taught her so much and helped her grow as a person. Her role for this academic year will be the volunteer coordinator. Mifaly is a huge fan of Wonder Woman and nothing will change that!

Mifaly Andiramady
Volunteer Coordinator

Mifaly Andriamady is a third-year student, specializing in International Development Studies. Ensuring access to education for all kids around the world is one of the things she is passionate about, leading her to joining Frontier College as a volunteer, since her 1st year at UTSC. She has since been to three different programs, transitioning to program manager in her 2nd year, an experience that taught her so much and helped her grow as a person. Her role for this academic year will be the volunteer coordinator. Mifaly is a huge fan of Wonder Woman and nothing will change that!

Leslie Ibon Program Manager at Mornelle Court Leslie is a fourth year student at the University of Toronto Scarborough campus, who is passionate about volunteering and giving back to a community that she has grown up in. She joined Frontier College as a literacy mentor during her second year, as a way to get more involved on campus and to meet other students who were just as interested in working with children and teaching. Leslie is currently pursuing a major in sociology and a double minor in human geography and critical migration studies, with the hopes of pursuing graduate studies in social work or education.

Leslie Ibon
Program Manager at Mornelle Court

Leslie is a fourth year student at the University of Toronto Scarborough campus, who is passionate about volunteering and giving back to a community that she has grown up in. She joined Frontier College as a literacy mentor during her second year, as a way to get more involved on campus and to meet other students who were just as interested in working with children and teaching. Leslie is currently pursuing a major in sociology and a double minor in human geography and critical migration studies, with the hopes of pursuing graduate studies in social work or education.

Sasha Scott Program Manager at Mornelle Court Sasha is a third year student at the University of Toronto Scarborough campus. She is pursuing a double major in Public Policy and Health Studies as well as a minor in French. She began volunteering as a literacy mentor with Frontier College during her second year of university with the intention of helping to increase students’ literacy skills as well as to get involved in the community. When she is not volunteering, Sasha is at the gym or reading a good book.

Sasha Scott
Program Manager at Mornelle Court

Sasha is a third year student at the University of Toronto Scarborough campus. She is pursuing a double major in Public Policy and Health Studies as well as a minor in French. She began volunteering as a literacy mentor with Frontier College during her second year of university with the intention of helping to increase students’ literacy skills as well as to get involved in the community. When she is not volunteering, Sasha is at the gym or reading a good book.

Karimah Butler Program Manager at Grey Owl Karimah is currently a fourth-year student at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus. She began volunteering with Frontier College in her first year because she wanted to combine her love of working with children and literacy together. Karimah is currently completing her Honours Bachelor of Arts degree, in which she is majoring in English and double minoring in Anthropology and Human Geography. In the future, she hopes to pursue a career in education  

Karimah Butler
Program Manager at Grey Owl

Karimah is currently a fourth-year student at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus. She began volunteering with Frontier College in her first year because she wanted to combine her love of working with children and literacy together. Karimah is currently completing her Honours Bachelor of Arts degree, in which she is majoring in English and double minoring in Anthropology and Human Geography. In the future, she hopes to pursue a career in education

 

Krystal Ferroni Program Manager at Grey Owl Krystal is going into her last year of Social Sciences at UofT Scarborough, and has been volunteering with Frontier College since 2013. She loves helping others, and giving back to the community especially through education, as after she is finished at UofT Scarborough, she will be focusing on getting her Bachelor’s of Education in order to pursue her passion for teaching. When not focused on school, Krystal is also apart of the cheerleading team on campus, since she loves to dance and staying active! Finally, Krystal is very excited to be one of the field mangers this year at Grey Owl.

Krystal Ferroni
Program Manager at Grey Owl

Krystal is going into her last year of Social Sciences at UofT Scarborough, and has been volunteering with Frontier College since 2013. She loves helping others, and giving back to the community especially through education, as after she is finished at UofT Scarborough, she will be focusing on getting her Bachelor’s of Education in order to pursue her passion for teaching. When not focused on school, Krystal is also apart of the cheerleading team on campus, since she loves to dance and staying active! Finally, Krystal is very excited to be one of the field mangers this year at Grey Owl.

Mary Abucejo Program Manager at Scarborough Village Mary Ally enjoyed her summer travelling, café-hopping, and learning how to drive. She returns to take on her fourth year at University of Toronto Scarborough Campus with a fresh perspective, and hopes to graduate with a double major in Psychology and Public Health. She began volunteering with Frontier College in her second year as a literacy mentor, with the intention of being more involved in school and the community. Growing up, Mary has always been inspired by her teachers. She hopes the valuable experiences she gains working with children, will provide a solid foundation as she chases a career to be a teacher herself, and inspire others to learn.

Mary Abucejo
Program Manager at Scarborough Village

Mary Ally enjoyed her summer travelling, café-hopping, and learning how to drive. She returns to take on her fourth year at University of Toronto Scarborough Campus with a fresh perspective, and hopes to graduate with a double major in Psychology and Public Health. She began volunteering with Frontier College in her second year as a literacy mentor, with the intention of being more involved in school and the community. Growing up, Mary has always been inspired by her teachers. She hopes the valuable experiences she gains working with children, will provide a solid foundation as she chases a career to be a teacher herself, and inspire others to learn.

Alveera Mamoon Program Manager at Scarborough Village Alveera is a fourth year student at the University of Toronto Scarborough. She is completing a double major in Economics and Sociology, with hopes to graduate in 2018. Alveera spends her time on coursework, work, being a Program Manager at Frontier College, exploring the city and eating out (a lot). She enjoys books and TV shows, and also loves working with little children and being a tutor.

Alveera Mamoon
Program Manager at Scarborough Village

Alveera is a fourth year student at the University of Toronto Scarborough. She is completing a double major in Economics and Sociology, with hopes to graduate in 2018. Alveera spends her time on coursework, work, being a Program Manager at Frontier College, exploring the city and eating out (a lot). She enjoys books and TV shows, and also loves working with little children and being a tutor.

Shashkia Rajasegaram Program Manager at Alexander Stirling Shashkia is a first year student at the Ontario Institute of Studies in Education who spends most of her time teaching or learning how to teach. She began working with Frontier College as a literacy mentor during her undergrad as a way to provide support in her own neighborhood, and stayed to continue helping her students. Shashkia is currently pursuing a Master in Teaching, with hopes of becoming a French teacher. When away from school settings, she can often be found out on a run or reading in her room

Shashkia Rajasegaram
Program Manager at Alexander Stirling

Shashkia is a first year student at the Ontario Institute of Studies in Education who spends most of her time teaching or learning how to teach. She began working with Frontier College as a literacy mentor during her undergrad as a way to provide support in her own neighborhood, and stayed to continue helping her students. Shashkia is currently pursuing a Master in Teaching, with hopes of becoming a French teacher. When away from school settings, she can often be found out on a run or reading in her room

Tenzing Rongtsang Program Manager at Alexander Stirling Tenzing is a fourth year student at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus pursing a double major in neuroscience and Immunology and a minor in psychology. Since high school, Tenzing has always had an interest in volunteering and being new to Toronto, decided to join Frontier College as a way to get involved in the community and meet new people. When not at school or volunteering, Tenzing enjoys long walks on the beach and creating new combinations of food with rice

Tenzing Rongtsang
Program Manager at Alexander Stirling

Tenzing is a fourth year student at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus pursing a double major in neuroscience and Immunology and a minor in psychology. Since high school, Tenzing has always had an interest in volunteering and being new to Toronto, decided to join Frontier College as a way to get involved in the community and meet new people. When not at school or volunteering, Tenzing enjoys long walks on the beach and creating new combinations of food with rice

Adiba Hakim Program Manager at Dr. Roz's Adiba is in her fourth year of studies at UTSC with a focus on psychology. In the throes of demanding academia, part-time jobs and self-inflicted commitments, she found herself in search of a source of solace and stumbled upon the world of writing, reading and poetry. Writing and literature: what began with a safe space of comfort and relief led her to seek organizations that took this art and used it to make an impact in the community and the world at large. She began volunteering with Frontier College during her second year and has found it to be among the most important experiences of her undergraduate journey. Being a small part of the initiatives taken by Frontier College to provide a platform for literacy and learning to communities of children in the GTA has been a truly rewarding and humbling experience for her. She is especially passionate about mental health and education. If she's not working or studying, you can catch Adiba exploring green spaces around the city or sitting by the waters or working up a sweat in a class of Zumba!

Adiba Hakim
Program Manager at Dr. Roz's

Adiba is in her fourth year of studies at UTSC with a focus on psychology. In the throes of demanding academia, part-time jobs and self-inflicted commitments, she found herself in search of a source of solace and stumbled upon the world of writing, reading and poetry. Writing and literature: what began with a safe space of comfort and relief led her to seek organizations that took this art and used it to make an impact in the community and the world at large. She began volunteering with Frontier College during her second year and has found it to be among the most important experiences of her undergraduate journey. Being a small part of the initiatives taken by Frontier College to provide a platform for literacy and learning to communities of children in the GTA has been a truly rewarding and humbling experience for her. She is especially passionate about mental health and education. If she's not working or studying, you can catch Adiba exploring green spaces around the city or sitting by the waters or working up a sweat in a class of Zumba!

Freshtah Akbari Program Manager at Dr. Roz's Freshtah Akbari is in her fourth year at the University of Toronto Scarborough studying International Development Studies and English Literature. Having three younger siblings of her own, she spends a lot of time helping them with their homework. Wanting to mimic that in her university career, she opted to join Frontier College, an organization that sends tutors to schools, community centers and shelters to help students with schoolwork. Alongside volunteering with Frontier College, Freshtah also volunteers at the Royal Ontario Museum in the discovery gallery. Like Frontier College, the discovery gallery targets students and children to learn various topics hands on with the help of volunteers. Her passion for sharing education and her deep-seated joy of working with children inspires her to obtain a future career in teaching.

Freshtah Akbari
Program Manager at Dr. Roz's

Freshtah Akbari is in her fourth year at the University of Toronto Scarborough studying International Development Studies and English Literature. Having three younger siblings of her own, she spends a lot of time helping them with their homework. Wanting to mimic that in her university career, she opted to join Frontier College, an organization that sends tutors to schools, community centers and shelters to help students with schoolwork. Alongside volunteering with Frontier College, Freshtah also volunteers at the Royal Ontario Museum in the discovery gallery. Like Frontier College, the discovery gallery targets students and children to learn various topics hands on with the help of volunteers. Her passion for sharing education and her deep-seated joy of working with children inspires her to obtain a future career in teaching.

Albert Hung Program Manager at Juliette's Place Albert is a third year philosophy and psychology student at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus. His passion for working with children and youth, along with the opportunity to put the knowledge he has gained through classroom lectures into practice, influenced him to join Frontier College as a literacy mentor. When he’s not in lecture or busy with his studies, Albert enjoys playing video games and listening to hip-hop.

Albert Hung
Program Manager at Juliette's Place

Albert is a third year philosophy and psychology student at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus. His passion for working with children and youth, along with the opportunity to put the knowledge he has gained through classroom lectures into practice, influenced him to join Frontier College as a literacy mentor. When he’s not in lecture or busy with his studies, Albert enjoys playing video games and listening to hip-hop.