Meet Our Editors

Erin Torrance is a student of the Book and Magazine Publishing program at Centennial College and managing editor for On the Danforth. As our beauty editor, Erin is constantly engaged in the field, with a counter full of new products that she puts to the test each week. On the side, she is also a freelance writer with a penchant for local music, art and entertainment.

Robin Kiatipis  has a Bachelor of Arts from University of Toronto, specializing in English and minoring in Art History. She is currently a Book and Magazine Publishing student, and is the Arts & Life Section Editor for On The Danforth magazine. As the Online Features Editor for On Top, she will bring new  and inspiring content to you each week. Robin loves everything to do with art, literature, music, and tea.

Sabrina Medora has a Bachelor of Arts from Indiana University in Criminal Justice, Sociology and English. Now pursuing her diploma in the Book and Magazine Publishing program at Centennial College, she is our  Health and Wellness Editor. Sabrina also holds the position of Editor-in-Chief of On the Danforth online, a digitally-established community magazine. She loves reading, cooking, and working out! Check out Sabrina’s book blog (www.litlaughlove.wordpress.com) and cooking website (www.signaturesabrina.com) for more of her writing and delicious recipes.


Ashley Kowalewski is a graduate of the University of Toronto, currently a student at Centennial College in the Book and Magazine Publishing program and Editor-in-Chief of On the Danforth magazine. As the On the Go Editor she is always trying new things for working women with fast-paced and busy lifestyles. Find more of her writing at www.keepcalmandmaketea.wordpress.com.

Kaylynn Gaspar is a graduate of the University of Toronto, and is pursuing a career in Educational publishing. As our fashion editor, Kaylynn is always on the look-out for new styles to write about. She is a writer and editor for the Lifestyle section of On the Danforth online and also a part of the marketing team for the Spring issue of the print magazine. During her spare time, she tutors at an elementary school in Scarborough, working with students who have not been successful at their first attempt at reading. She loves to help others and make people laugh!

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