I graduated as a Bachelor of Biology from Padjadjaran University, Indonesia, in 2012. Two years later as I started my career in conservation, I was given an opportunity to work with Fauna & Flora International’s Indonesia Programme for four years. In 2018, together with my seniors and colleagues in conservation, we founded a national NGO namely Sintas Indonesia Foundation. Sintas means “survive” in Bahasa and it stands for Save Indonesia’s Nature and Threatened Species. To date, I play a role as Program Manager.
I am a conservation practitioner and I am passionate about wildcats (tiger and leopard), tapir, and sun bear, specifically on ecology and conservation management. Besides this, I am interested in quantitative ecology and capacity building.
Being a part of WildCRU is a dream come true and I am grateful for that. Joining the Postgraduate diploma offers me to strengthen my capacity in conservation work and allows me escalate my knowledge and skills. I aim to contribute the conservation actions and to promote Indonesia’s national capacity.