The Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) is an assessment tool that measures intercultural competence – the ability to engage effectively and appropriately with people who are different than ourselves. The IDI uses a developmental approach, evaluating individuals, groups or organizations as they work toward intercultural competence. This tool can be used to evaluate programs, develop benchmarks, create program plans and provide coaching for leaders – fostering a deeper awareness about power and privilege in any cultural context.
With the additional training of 16 administrators across the denomination, Mennonite Church USA Executive Board staff and MEA are expanding access to the IDI to congregations, denominational agencies and boards, leadership teams and other Mennonite-related organizations. Qualified administrators are not only certified to administer the IDI, but also to provide feedback to individuals and organizations working to improve their intercultural competence.
Why use the IDI? Watch this short video to learn more!
Mennonite Church USA IDI Qualified Administrators:
Shana Boshart | email@example.com
Pacific Southwest and Pacific Northwest Conferences
Elaine Enns* | firstname.lastname@example.org
Sue Park Hur | email@example.com
Darin Short* | firstname.lastname@example.org
Rachel Stoltzfus | email@example.com
Atlantic Coast Conference – Philadelphia Area
Chantelle Todman Moore* | firstname.lastname@example.org
Atlantic Coast Conference – New York Area
Ruth Yoder Wenger* | email@example.com
Download the Brochure*May be willing to train outside their conference/region
To arrange a training, contact your local IDI Qualified Administrator.
$60 – 75 per hourSmall group training (1-20 participants; 1 facilitator):
½ Day Training $500
1 Day Training $1000
2 Day Training $2000Large group trainings (over 20 participants) require two facilitators. Prices vary depending on group size. Contact a facilitator for more information.
1-20 Participants $50.00
81-100 $150.00Cost for transportation, housing and meals are also the responsibility of the host organization.