Indy Batth, MA, CEC, is the Assistant Director, Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering, in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering at the University of Toronto. Prior to joining U of T, she managed the certificate programs in Intercultural Studies and in International Development at UBC’s Continuing Studies, Center for Intercultural Communication. She has a proven track record in facilitating teams, with strengths in collaboration, developing others, interpersonal communication, leadership development and strategic thinking.
A UBC alumnus, Indy completed her Master’s in Education using research grounded in critical anti-racist, feminist theory, with a specific focus on gender, race, culture and physical activity. As an avid life-long learner, she’s continued her pursuit of knowledge and has completed a Certificate in Executive Coaching through Royal Roads University, and is also trained to deliver Instructional Skills Workshops (ISW). She continues her involvement with UBC’s Coaching Services, actively working to support staff and faculty in organizational excellence.
Previous positions involving program development and leadership allowed Indy to work with a broad range of individuals such as women in sport, athletes with disabilities and university and college students. Currently, her work as an educator and coach enables her to integrate her wealth of knowledge and experience in facilitating individual and group learning, intercultural & transformational leadership, feminist and anti-racist theory, student development theory, strategic program and leadership development, and interconnectedness of body, mind and heart. Indy is also Past President of SIETAR-BC (Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research).