Dr. Katia Sol


Hi, I'm Katia


How I See The World

I believe we live in a time of great global transformation...  

  • I believe that we are seeing and will continue to witness an unprecedented level of challenge for our planet and our world in our lifetimes, and that this challenge also presents us with an unparalleled transformative opportunity.
  • I believe that humanity has a chance - RIGHT NOW - to wake up, remember our sacred connection to the web of life, and fulfill our original instructions - each one of us individually and also collectively as a whole.  
  • I believe that the best way to meet this moment is for to remember our true nature as connected, relational beings, and for each for us to fully embody our gifts as a contribution to "the more beautiful world that our hearts know is possible."
  • I believe that "We were born into Beauty, As Beauty, for Joyful Life,", and that it is possible to live our lives, individually and collectively, in a way that brings more beauty, joy, peace, connection, and prosperity for all.


Katia Sol, Ph.D. is passionate about helping individuals cultivate the personal shifts that in turn enable them to transform their lives, their communities, and the world.

Katia has spent the last 20 years facilitating educational, international development, and leadership programs in more than 30 countries and with several First Nations around the world.

Her primary work is as the Co-Director for the Ecology of Leadership programs. She also works privately with individuals and couples, offers women’s and gratitude retreats, and is available for other custom facilitation opportunities.  Katia’s primary areas of expertise include transformative learning, group facilitation, Indigenous wisdom practices, experiential education, leadership development, and global change.

Katia is available for private consulting and coaching in these areas, as well as for facilitation, speaking, editing and writing opportunities.

Katia has a PhD in Leadership, Higher and Adult Education, with specializations in Comparative, International and Development Education and the Dynamics of Global Change, through the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education and the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto. She also holds additional certifications in many areas, including Cultivating Women’s LeadershipEmotional Healing and Community Renewal (a year-long counselling training program), Leadership and Outdoor EducationAwakening the Divine Feminine, and participates in ceremonial practice and training with diverse Indigenous teachers.

Katia also loves singing, practicing yoga, nature connection, building intentional communities, and spending time with her two boys Mateo and Jalen, ages 9 and 12 and her husband Christopher Kuntzsch. In addition to supporting others in their transformation and leadership development, her path is dedicated to cultivating her own authentic heart-centered leadership.