I have a Master’s Degree in Sustainability, Environment and Development from the University of Leeds in England, and studied Soil Science at undergraduate level at Bogor Agricultural University in Indonesia.
In Indonesia, until recently, I served as a consultant to the Adaptation Marketplace initiative of Indonesia WWF and previously to the Climate Change Unit of UK’s DFID in Indonesia. In the years prior I was a Climate Change Specialist at Yayasan Bina Usaha Lingkungan, one of Indonesia’s leading NGOs in the field of renewable energy and energy efficiency. Before that I worked for the Indonesian Ministry of the Environment.
Married to an Indonesian diplomat, our family just welcomed our second child. I’m a columnist and editor of the newsletter of the Indonesian ladies association of the Indonesian Embassy in Canberra, Australia.
I love living a good life by exercising, applying healthy habits and being religious. I love gathering with family and friends, reading, watching movies and travelling when possible.