Access & Inclusion Peer Programs has a diverse team of upper-year Mentor Navigators. We recommend that you read about each, find one that matches your needs/strengths and book an appointment with a Mentor Navigator.

Naomi

Status: Full time, Undergraduate

Year of study: 4

Field of study: Humanities

Program of study: Environmental Studies and Environmental Ethics

Undergraduate college: University College

How do you publicly identify? Cis female, Transitional Year Programme alumni, mature student, student with a disability

Co-curricular interests: Environmental and sustainability-focused advocacy and beekeeping

Naomi

Shanice

Status: Full time, Graduate

Year of study: 2

Field of study: Health Science

Program of study: Masters of Social Work, specialization in Mental Health and Health

How do you publically identify? Cis female, Black (Caribbean), immigrant, first generation student

Co-curricular interests: Dance, Netflix, research, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work Black History Month Committee Member

Shanice

Sheilah

Status: Full time, Undergraduate 

Year of study: 3

Field of study: Bachelor of Arts Program

Program of study: Indigenous Studies Specialist and Writing and Rhetoric Minor

Undergraduate college: Woodsworth College

How do you publicly identify? Cis female, Philipina, mature student

Co-curricular interests: Storytelling and poetry, relationship building through events, physical and spiritual wellness, dancing, walking, biking 

Sheilah

Jessalynn

Status: Full time, Graduate

Year of study: 1

Field of study: Masters of Education

Program of study: Adult Education and Community Development

Undergraduate college: Queen's University

How do you publicly identify? Cis female, first generation, immigrant, Southeast Asian, Queer, Buddhist, student with a disability

Co-curricular interests: CrossFit, Quidditch, powerlifting, opera, allergen-friendly food including tacos, coffee

Jessalynn