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My name is Victoria Marroccoli and I am an MBA candidate in the Management of Technology and Innovation Stream at the Ted Rogers School of Management. I am a strategic and creative problem solver with a results driven outlook. As President, my vision for the 2017-2018 Women in Leadership Association is to make as many meaningful connections as possible for all individuals looking to celebrate women engaging with leadership roles. As we continue confidently on this journey in the direction of our career objectives, I hope to bring empowered women together to reflect, discuss and inspire constructive and productive solutions and recommendations to overcoming the inherent challenges women face every day in every industry.


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Shannon Conway

VP, Administration

Shannon Conway is a full-time student in the MBA MTI program. She is from Toronto, has a BBA from Bishop’s University and her professional background includes marketing, finance, and HR. She is so honoured to be a part of the WiLA team and to represent such a great cause. She hopes we can all make a big difference over the coming year.



Kumar Satyakam

VP, Communications

Kumar is a full-time student in the MBA Global program. He comes with diverse legal experience and intends to be a champion of the noble cause which WiLA envisions to advocate.


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VP, Marketing

Alison Hunt is a full-time student in the MBA-MTI program. Originally from Ottawa, she moved to complete her undergraduate degree in Theatre & Drama Studies at the University of Toronto. She has several years of experience working in marketing and is excited to be a part of the WiLA team!

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VP, Finance

Farrah is a full-time graduate student in the MScM – Master in Science of Management of Innovation and Technology program. She works full time as a real estate broker at ReMax West Realty Inc. and hopes to leverage her emotional intelligence, critical thinking, and leadership skills to serve business leaders by moving into the world of management consulting.  She has joined WiLA to promote and encourage women to pursue leadership roles and gender equality in the workplace. She believes, if you want to see change, you have to be part of the change.


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VP, Internal Relations

Erina is a full-time international student in the MScM program with a specialization in Entrepreneurship. Previously, she has worked as a corporate planning analyst at the AIG Tokyo office and was a proactive member of the Women & Allies employee resource group. She is passionate to pursue a career that merges diversity with innovation. As VP Relations for WiLA, Erina strives to assist women to reach new heights through networking and mentorship with industry professionals, building stronger relationships with local women associations, and creating opportunities for women to share their career aspirations to redefine gender roles and foster allyship.


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VP, Sponsorship

Julian Legrand is a fan of travel, tech and has a penchant for digital marketing, in that order. He’s spent most of his time trying to decipher signs in other languages, but luckily he hasn’t lost his ability to write in English—this bio would likely be a lot more embarrassing to read otherwise. Prone to humour and quick with a handshake, Julian is looking forward to a great year as WiLA’s VP Sponsorship.


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VP, External Relations

Keeghan likes to get paid to do things he would probably do for free. He’s been paid to watch football as a sports journalist and experiment with international cooking via his catering company. All proceeds fund his MBA and baffling lifestyle. He hopes that his Wila chapter can take advantage of their location and motivated team to become a hub for Ontario-wide Wila events