Ben upholds the KEY vision.
An advocate for educational enrichment and giving children that edge, Ben co-founded an admissions strategy firm in 2009 alongside fellow St. George's graduate Ali Nathoo. He discovered that helping people achieve their dreams was deeply satisfying, and it drove him to spread the message to a wider audience. Merging with a like-minded admissions strategy firm in 2011, KEY was formed. He is committed to thought leadership in admissions strategy and building legacies through sound advice. He graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor’s degree in psychology.
Areas of Expertise (5)
Thought Leadership in Education
University of British Columbia: BA, Psychology 2004
St. George's School: BA, Psychology 1999
Media Appearances (1)
Trade Talk: Key Admissions opens doors to many educational opportunities
Vancouver Sun online
Ben Batt, Bryan Ide and Ted Sixt ordered miso soup, special sushi and anago battera (barbecued eel and asparagus on rice), $25, at Hide Ikeda’s Ajisai. The 42nd-at-East Boulevard sushi bar is handy to St George’s School from which they graduated and to which they direct new students. And not only to that 84-year-old private academy. With partners Ali Nathoo and Bernard Batt and the dozen employees of their Key Admissions firm, they target many schools and universities where hopeful students find enrolment difficult.