Shailee Koranne is a writer and university affairs professional.

Illustration by Ally Matas


Shailee currently works as a Mentoring Facilitator in the Tri-Mentoring Program at Toronto Metropolitan University in Toronto, Canada. She proudly supports the academic, professional, and personal development of equity-deserving students, and oversees the creation and facilitation of mentorship programs for graduate students at the university.

She also works at the University of Toronto as the Global Curriculum Specialist in the Troost Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering. In this role, she supports the internationalization of leadership programming curriculum as part of a project funded by the International Student Experience Fund (ISEF).

Shailee holds a Master of Arts in Professional Communication from Toronto Metropolitan University and an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Equity Studies from the University of Toronto.



Mentoring Facilitator, Tri-Mentoring Program, Toronto Metropolitan University (2020-present)

Global Curriculum Specialist, Troost Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering, University of Toronto (2021-present)

Mentorship Program Manager, ONE City Scholarship Fund, Toronto (2021-present)

Knowledge Mobilization Assistant, Canadian Worlds of Journalism Study (2020)

Comunications Intern, Tangled Art + Disability (2020)

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Toronto Metropolitan University (2019 – 2020)

Orientation & Transition Intern, Victoria College, University of Toronto (2019)

Cultural Assistant, University of Toronto English Language Program (2019)

Peer Leadership Programmer, University of Toronto (2018 – 2019)

Communications Intern, University of Toronto Multi-Faith Centre (2018 – 2019)

Co-Founder and Editor in Chief, Lucky Penny Mag (2015-2018)

Marketing Intern, Eaton Corporation (2017)