Indu Vashist has served as the Executive Director of SAVAC since 2013. Currently, she is serving her third term on Executive of the Board of MANO (Media Arts Network of Ontario), she sits on the Advisory Board of Blackwood Gallery, and the Advisory Council for Creative Time Summit hosted by The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery.
She has written and published extensively including: "Redefining South Asia without Borders." (Art Gallery of Mississauga, 2013); "From Collective to Institution." (Surrey Art Gallery, 2015); "Family Photo Album." (Art Asia Pacific Vol 95, Sept/Oct 2015); "What do you do?: Basil AlZeri's You Do What You Love Because You Do One Two, and More Than Two." (University of Waterloo Art Gallery, publication forthcoming).
Prior to working at SAVAC, she had been equally splitting her time between India and Canada. In India, she worked with artist, queer and feminist arts organizations and collectives: Bombay-based Queer Nazariya International Film Festival, Delhi-based Nigah Media Collective, and Madras-based Marappacchi Theatre Group.