Bobbie Chatha is an accomplished educational leader with a wealth of experience in Elementary and Secondary curriculum and instruction and a strong commitment to fostering equity and inclusion within the education system. Currently serving as the System Principal at the Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB), Bobbie has demonstrated exemplary leadership in various capacities. She is a member of several committees, including the System Structured Literacy Steering Committee and the Indigenous, Black, and Racialized Administrators Mentorship and Support (IBRAMS). Bobbie’s influence extends to her roles as a mentor to Black, Indigenous, and Racialized educators, administrators, and superintendents. With a rich professional history spanning multiple school boards (Toronto District School Board, Peel District School Board and WRDSB), including roles such as Remote Learning Principal and Elementary Administrator Instructional Leadership Coach, Bobbie has consistently demonstrated instructional leadership and a commitment to professional development. Her educational journey includes a Master’s program in Educational Leadership and Supervisory Officer Qualifications, reinforcing her dedication to continuous learning and growth. Bobbie’s extensive list of additional qualifications, including certificates from the Equity Literacy Institute and the International Dyslexia Association, reflects her dedication to advancing reading practices with all students and fostering a culture of equity within the educational landscape.