Inda is a first-generation immigrant based in the Siknikt district of the unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq, in a city colonially known as Moncton, New Brunswick.
She’s a storyteller who is keen to amplify narratives that advance positive social change. She brings a global perspective from growing up across multiple countries.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in Journalism, with honours in International Relations, from St. Thomas University. She’s had the opportunity to work in the private and non-profit sectors, and brings an experience of building grassroots education and inclusion initiatives in her home province, and birth country, Indonesia. She’s currently a member of Inspiring Communities’ Atlantic Changemakers Council.
Inda has been recognized as a Future of Good Young Impact Leader (2019), a YWCA Moncton Woman of Distinction (2019) and a New Brunswick Cultural Diversity Champion (2018).
Inda enjoys traveling, the outdoors, music, books and time with loved ones.