Sharon Aschaiek is a higher education communicator who provides writing, editing and content strategy services to colleges, universities, private schools and education associations. She has consulted on, written, edited and proofread communications documents for schools in Toronto and beyond, including the University of Toronto, Ryerson University, York University, McMaster University, Humber College, George Brown College and Centennial College.
As an education journalist, Sharon writes about trends, issues, opportunities and events in the education space in Toronto and across Canada. Her work as an education reporter has appeared in publications such as The Toronto Star, The Toronto Sun, Canoe.ca, London Free Press and Our Kids Go To School, and in alumni magazines for universities in and around Toronto. Her education stories have covered topics such as the evolution of classroom technologies, high-achieving alumni and how to choose a private school.
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July 15, 2016
Ruling the Pool
In competitive swimming, where winning scores are measured in fractions of a second, race times mean everything to athletes – but not to Kylie Masse. Bound for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro this August, the swimming champ is remarkably Zen about her pace in the pool.
“I try to be confident in how I have prepared in training and just do the best I can, and not overthink things,” says Masse, a second-year kinesiology student at U of T.
You can read Sharon's full story on Olympics-bound athlete Kylie Masse here.