Chief Executive Officer , Standard Chartered Bank, Indonesia
Shee Tse Koon is Chief Executive Officer of Standard Chartered Bank Indonesia. He was appointed to his current position in July 2014. In this role, he manages a business with 3,000 people in 26 branches across 7 cities. Prior to this, he spent four years in Dubai, where he was Head of Governance, West, supporting 49 countries across Europe, Middle East, Africa and Americas.
During his stint in Dubai, Tse Koon was also the Senior Executive Officer (SEO) of SCB's branch in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC). As SEO, he was directly responsible for the operations and governance of SCB's DIFC Branch.
Tse Koon has also served as non executive director on the boards of Standard Chartered Bank Zimbabwe Limited and Standard Chartered Capital Saudi Arabia.
In his twenty years with SCB, Tse Koon has assumed a wide range of roles across Corporate Banking Sales and Operations. From 2005 to 2010 he was Chief Information Officer in Singapore, overseeing more than 500 staff across technology and operations and he was instrumental in the establishment of the Bank's Global Shared Service Centres in India and Malaysia.
President & CEO Asia Pacific, Interface Inc.
In his role as president and chief executive officer, Rob leads Interface's business operations in Asia Pacific; including Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia, China, India, Japan and Korea. This vast and diversified region is an exceedingly growing market currently serviced by numerous Interface offices and authorized dealers as well as three manufacturing plants
Rob has more than 30 years of experience in marketing and senior management positions, from the fashion industry, to FMCG and the carpet industry. Working in multinational focused role, Rob has business leadership experience in Australia, Europe and Asia.
Joining Interface in 1988, Rob has been with the company for more than 20 years and over this period worked closely with Ray Anderson, the late founder of Interface. Sharing Ray's passion for sustainability, Rob ensures Interface Asia-Pacific continues to be a leading proponent of sustainable business development via its Mission Zero commitment.
As a long serving member of the Board of the Green Building Council of Australia, Rob contributed a manufacturer perspective on the need to create a built environment in harmony with nature. Rob frequently speaks to trade associations, manufacturers, businesses, universities and media on how making the strategic shift to a business model that is in line with nature leads to better business results.
The GoodWater Company Founder & Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Sean Tan, Founder and COO of The GoodWater Company (TGWC), a social enterprise, has exactly what the world needs – an integrator of social and environmental solutions to address communities residing at the Bottom of The Pyramid (BoP). In just 3 years, he has transformed TGWC into an enterprise CSR, Social and Environmental Solutions Company with offices in 4 countries. Currently headquartered in Singapore, at Biopolis, TGWC is also present in Shanghai/Beijing and has a second center of excellence in Jakarta. The company has also been nominated as top SME 500 in Singapore.
Upon graduating from the University of Tasmania with a BA in International Business, Sean has spent half his life in the software & banking industry holding various global management positions. It was at the end of 2011, that he decided to pursue an entrepreneurial path in the social and environmental sphere. Since then, he strives to catalyse positive changes in the ecosystems at the BoP.
Sean, in his late 30s, envisions TGWC to be a global aggregator for social and environmental innovations. He has been invited to speak in events organised by universities, forums and international social entrepreneurship conferences. He is also a regular speaker in many workshops that TGWC organizes, with the most recent being the Indonesia Music and Mission Festival.
Outside of work, Sean enjoys spending quality time with his beautiful wife and 3-year old daughter.
Managing Director & COO, Putera Sampoerna Foundation
Nenny Soemawinata was born in India on 31st of January 1954. She spent most of her early years living overseas and came home to Indonesia after completing her studies at the Auckland Technical Institute, New Zealand, in Computer Programming in 1976.
Nenny started her career by joining the hotel industry for five years and then led her to enter the advertising world and join Fortune Advertising. She was promoted to Account Supervisor within six months and then became Account Director two years later.
During her time in advertising she handled many local and multi-national accounts, including Sampoerna, Prodenta/L'Oreal, RJ Reynolds and Nestle. After 5 years in local agency, she expanded her horizon by joining a larger and more reputable agency, Indo-Ad / Ogilvy & Mather, and became President Director.
In February 1996, she faced news challanges by joining a private commercial station, ANTEVE, owned by Bakrie family as Marketing Director. She was then promoted to General Manager and CEO in December 1996. Her entrance in to the television network didn't stop here. She later on then joined other networks such as RCTI as Director of Operations, and later in 2001 form a Content Provider & Consultancy Company, M-Lynx. She then with a partner formed a wireless/ mobile content provider & solutions, Mobilelynx.
At the end of 2005, working with leading media group, MRA group, she helped built their TV channel, O Channel. In 2008, she was employed by UTV Malaysia to assist in developing a second pay TV service.
In 2009, Nenny joined Putera Sampoerna Foundation as the Managing Director and COO. Under her leadership the company evolved from a philanthropic organization into a social business institution and expanding its business core from education to empowerment, not only of students, but of teachers, women and entrepreneurs. The Foundation has gone from focusing on access to education to improving existing schools and on to the development of international standard boarding academies and tertiary institutions, as well as teacher enhancement programs and beyond.
Chief Operating Officer, Habitat for Humanity Indonesia
The Bellezza Arcade, Lt. 2 Unit 25 & 27 Jl. Let. Jend Soepeno No 34 Arteri Permata Hijau Jakarta 12210, Indonesia
Gedung ANZ Square, Podium Thamrin Nine (UOB Plaza) Lantai 8, 9, 9M Jl. Thamrin No. 10 Jakarta 10230 Indonesia
Q House, 8th Floor 38 Convent Road, Silom, Bangrak Bangkok, Bangkok 10500 Thailand
Gedung BRI II, 17th Floor, Suite 1702B Jl. Jend. Sudirman, Kav. 44 – 46 Jakarta, Indonesia
Gedung BRI II, 17th Floor, Suite 1702B Jl. Jend. Sudirman, Kav. 44 – 46 Jakarta, Indonesia
Partner, Makarim & Taira
Maria is known in the market as a lawyer with a wide range of experience in foreign investment and finance transactions. She can accommodate the concerns of both parties in a transaction, particularly when assessing structures for a transaction. For these reasons she has been entrusted to represent many foreign companies for their investments in Indonesia. These include investors from USA, UK, China, Singapore, France, and Italy engaged in pharmaceuticals, plantations, distribution, department store, mining and other business areas. She has solid experience in corporate and commercial practices, including establishing subsidiaries and representative offices as well as acquisitions. In finance and capital markets she has led some finance transactions involving prominent state owned banks and foreign banks in the financing of Indonesian borrowers, such as State owned companies (BUMN), mining companies and china production companies.
Vice President Corporate Communication PT Pertamina (Persero)
Born in Lamongan, September 20,1969, he earned Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Brawijaya University, Malang in 1991. Then in 1997, he earned Graduate Institute, New Zealand and earned Master of Engineering (Meng) of Mechanical from the University of Auckland, New Zealand in 2000. He started his career in Pertamina since May 1993 in geothermal operations as a Production Engineer Drilling Engineer and laters as Head of Reservoir at Geothermal Lahendong Area in 2001. Subsequently he served in corporate management as a Assistant Secretary of the Board of Directors Pertamina (Upstream, Downstream, Subsidiaries and Joint Venture), BOD Support Assistant Manager – Corporate Secretary. June 2008, he served as Relations and Corporate Administration Manager of PT Pertamina Hulu Energi. Starting August 2011, he served As Corporate Secretary of PT Pertamina Drilling Services Indonesia. Since August 2012, he has served as Vice President Corporate Communication PT Pertamina (Persero).
President Director, PT Donggi Senoro LNG
Managing Director / Board Member, TNB Janamanjung Sdn. Bhd
Tuan Haji Shamsul holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from North Carolina A&T State University, USA and Masters in Business Administration from University Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN).
Tuan Haji Shamsul joined the National Electricity Board on 2nd June 1988 upon completion of his studies in the United States as a fully sponsored scholar of National Electricity Board. He started off his career on 2nd June 1988, in Sultan Salahuddin Abd Aziz, Kapar and then moved to Generation Operations Department, Serdang Gas Turbine Project, Putrajaya Power Station and Connaught Bridge Power Station. He was then seconded to Kapar Energy Ventures, a coal plant with 2400 MW capacity in February 2008, an IPP and a subsidiary owned jointly by TNB and Malakoff. He is then assigned to TNB Janamanjung Sdn. Bhd, a wholly owned subsidiary of TNB on 5th September 2011 as the Chief Operating Officer / General Manager of Sultan Azlan Shah Power Station with generating capacity of 2100 MW.
With 27 years' experience in various fields in Operations, Maintenance, Materials & Services, Business Support Services and Quality Management. He holds extensive knowledge on Operations and Maintenance of Combined Cycle and Coal Fired Plant and actively involves in many Quality and Change Management projects and Business Process Reengineering / Business Turnaround projects embarked by TNB. He has been assigned with a number of business turnaround projects and currently involved in the project management of the new 1000 MW project with the state of the art technology Ultra Supercritical Boilers (Manjung 4). He will be in charge of the largest power station in Malaysia with the full capacity of 3100 MW, once the 1000MW unit ready in March 2015.
He is actively involved in Asian Sub-Bituminuous User Group Asia and holds the Chairmanship for 2013.
He is currently the Managing Director and also a Board Member of TNB Janamanjung Sdn. Bhd. and also the Chairman of the Board of Directors of TNB Western Energy Sdn. Bhd.
Managing Director / Partner / Board Member
A decorated entrepreneur with diversified industry specific experience in the Malaysian and international healthcare scene Shahnas made the daring move from a wage earner to an entrepreneur on 10 February 2006, building Natural Wellness from a small start up in Kuala Lumpur to a company with international presence multiplying company value five times within 8 years. This transformation created an achievement oriented individual with a focused business acumen driven to set and exceed corporate goals coupled with excellent interpersonal relationships and leadership qualities. Proudly, Natural Wellness today stands out as a stellar multi-award winning example of a small company that held fast to unconventional values driving innovation while embarking on sharp growth and learning curves into uncharted territories of healthcare. The collaborative efforts receive the attention and support of the highest of the government and industry echelon. Despite this, Shahnas modestly states that her work has just begun with the formation of The Farrash Foundation and the causes it supports.
Shahnas has an enviable resume having undergone executive training in the prestigious University of Cambridge, United Kingdom as well as the University of California, USA, Mission Bay and Berkeley campuses. She read her B. Pharm (Hons) in University Sains Malaysia in 1994 after which she completed her housemanship at the National Pharmaceutical Control Bureau, Ministry of Health Malaysia. Shahnas then obtained her MBA from University of South Australia in 1998 and is trying to work on her thesis to qualify for a doctorate from the University of Newcastle, Australia. Her other intellectual pursuits are through being a student of AL Kauthar Institute and the Islamic University of North America.
On a more personal note, Shahnas is a well decorated entrepreneur receiving awards for her achievements both locally and internationally. In September 2011 she was honoured as a Woman Innovator during the APEC Women and the Economy Summit in San Francisco USA for innovative achievements, extraordinary leadership and significant contributions to the economy. Shahnas has been invited to share her experience and receive the Global Award for Outstanding Contribution to Quality & Leadership by the World Quality Congress & Awards, to be held in Mumbai, India in June 2014. She also received the SMI Women Entrepreneur Award 2012 and the Asia Pacific Most Promising Entrepreneur Award 2010 as recognition for her entrepreneurial skills.
Besides being a competitive swimmer during her youth, Shahnas has a blue belt in taekwendo and is a PADI certified diver. She is also an accomplished pianist having completed Grade 8 in the examinations of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music when she was 14 years old. Her current interests include reading, in line skating, water sports and charity work.
Shahnas has been invited to sit as an Executive Council Member on organizations including Persatuan Siswazah Wanita Malaysia and the Malaysian Organisation of Pharmaceutical Industries as well as among others, the Pharmacy chapter in the Malay Chamber of Commerce. She has also received appointment as a Board of Studies member for the International Islamic University Malaysia’s Master in Industrial Pharmacy programme. She is often featured in numerous publications and invited as a guest speaker to share her expertise and experience.
Mr. Kelvin Tio has been actively involved in the pulp & paper and palm oil industry for almost 25 years in RGM Group and Asian Agri.
He graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Computer Science and Mathematics in 1990 from USA. During the career, Mr. Kelvin Tio has led various system development and implementation projects in Financial, Human Resources, Materials and Plantation.
He was Head of Estate Development, Strategic Management and Common Services up-to 2011. He is currently Managing Director overseeing overall Asian Agri operations.
Board of Director - Director External Affairs, PT HM Sampoerna TBK
Yos Adiguna Ginting began his career at Sampoerna in 2002 as Organization Development Specialist. He progressed through several important positions in Sampoerna and PMI affiliates.
He was appointed as Sampoerna's Director in charge of External Affairs at the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders on 18 December 2012. He has a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and a Ph.D. in Theoretical Chemistry from the University of Tasmania in Tasmania, Australia.
Deputy Director, Corporate Communication & External Affairs Mercedes-Benz Indonesia
Elvera Nuriawati Makki (Vera) joined Mercedes-Benz Indonesia in August 2012 as Deputy Director Corporate Communication & Public Affairs (the name of Public Affairs changed to External Affairs in 2014). Reported directly to the President and CEO of Mercedes-Benz Indonesia, she leads the department and is responsible for external communication, internal communication, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), and government relations.
Under her leadership, the reputation of Mercedes-Benz Indonesia is further strengthened as the leader in premium automotive industry. She manages PR strategy and elevates media relations especially with the automotive and lifestyle media. Vera also enlivens the internal communication within the company including the factory through various channels such as internal magazine, email blast, and internal event activation.
In the area of CSR, she created employee volunteer program to be embedded in the CSR strategy. Together with her team, she created 'Starlight' concept, which meaning is inspired by the Mercedes-Benz logo of three pointed star. Starlight Crew is referred to the employees who actively participate in the employee volunteer program while Starlight Children is designated to the beneficiaries of the CSR pillar on education. The campaign "Starlight Children for a Brighter Future" has engaged 10 elementary schools, 138 teachers, and 4746 students.
Before working at Mercedes-Benz Indonesia, Vera earned extensive experiences in communication for more than 15 years. She started her career as a radio announcer at Ardan FM (1995-1998) when she was pursuing a bachelor degree in International Relations at Catholic Parahyangan University, Bandung, West Java. She received merit scholarship from University of Houston, Texas, US in English literature for one year, after which Vera returned to Jakarta and worked as Public Relations Officer at the five-star Hotel Mulia Senayan. In the late 1999, Vera took the challenge to become a PR Consultant at Ogilvy Public Relations worldwide where she handled clients in IT for brand PR and state-owned enterprises for crisis management. In 2005, she joined Indo Pacific Reputation Management Consultant (now Edelman Public Relations) as the Public Affairs Manager.
Her career stepped up to PT Unilever Indonesia, Tbk. in 2006 as External Communication Assistant Manager for hygiene and personal care brands and immediately in two years she was promoted to be Internal Communication Manager. In 2007, Vera led the Unilever communication team to be the winner of Stevie Awards for The Best Communication Team. Stevie Awards is perceived as the Oscar in business industry where Donald Trump is one of the final judges.
In 2010, Vera earned Accredited Business Communicator (ABC) from International Association of Business Communicators headquartered in San Francisco, US. Among hundreds of ABC recipients worldwide, Vera became the first Indonesian who earned the accreditation.
In 2011, Vera accepted the challenge to be Corporate Affairs Manager at Fonterra Brands Indonesia, a dairy multi-national company from New Zealand. Her responsibility includes external communication, internal communication, CSR, and government relations. She was also a lecturer at University of Indonesia, Communication Science Department, Social and Political Faculty in 2010-2013 for international dual degree in communication.
In her personal life, Vera established Taman Baca Anak Lebah (Bee Children Reading Garden), a non-profit, non-political initiative with a mission to instill a love of reading of Indonesian children starts at early age. The main activity is to donate free children story books to eastern part of Indonesia which is now located in 30 areas (Lombok, Trenggalek, Ambon, Saparua island, Seram island, and Wakatobi). After five years of running the libraries, Vera initiated a campaign named #SemangatiGuru (Encouraging Teacher), a crowd funding program to help teachers attaining supporting materials in teaching in the classroom. Enjoy story-telling for an international school during spare time, she believes that making an impact to surroundings can start from a small step.
A mother of 3 children (11, 8, and 8-months), Vera (38) put the highest standard of ethic and integrity at work and in personal life. Vera appreciates teamwork, discipline, passion and continuous learning. She believes that the biggest room is a room for improvement.
Agrigroup & Sustainability Director, PT Great Giant Pineapple Indonesia
Director of CEO Office and Senior Advisor to CEO at PT Holcim Indonesia Tbk.
Chemical Engineer from Gadjah Mada University, graduated in 1990
Has been working at Holcim Indonesia (previously PT Semen Cibinong Tbk) since 1991 in various position.
Experienced Manufacturing Director with more than 23 years experiences in cement manufacturing, whit the exposure of Manufacturing Management, Manufacturing Excellence, People Development, Sustainable Development through Corporate Social Responsibility programs and Sustainable Environment Performance
Experienced Board of Director Member who has been involved in the business strategy and business development decision, corporate vision and mission making and corporate organization structure review
Since 1 January 2015 taken up Senior Executive Role as a Director of CEO Office and Senior Advisor to CEO with the roles and responsibility to:
Director of Compliance, Corporate Affairs and Legal PT Bank CIMB Niaga Tbk
Her banking career began in 1989 as a legal officer at Bank Central Asia, continued in PT Bank Niaga Tbk to occupy various positions in the Consumer Marketing Officer, Legal Division Head, Corporate Legal Group Head, and Head of Corporate Affairs. She served as a Partner at the law firm Tumbelaka Bahar & Partners, as well as a Legal Advisor in Bank Niaga for Special Asset Management Group from 1998 to 2000.
Head of Communications, PT L'Oreal Indonesia
After three years being a part of the French company, she was promoted as L'Oreal Indonesia Head of Communications. As one of the member of Management Committee Team of L'Oreal Indonesia, the division that she leads helps her to develop the reputation of the company and make it as one of the leading beauty company in Indonesia.
As Head of Corporate Communications, her main role covers the internal and external communication program for the company; corporate social responsibility (CSR); crisis management; Consumer Advisory Department (CAD); Public/Government Affairs also digital media program (including website development and social media). Communication has become her passion because of the natural habit in this field that are very dynamic and creative.
Born in Jakarta, on November 1st, 1977, Melanie Masriel has a Bachelor degree from Business, with Marketing major in Curtin University of Technology, Perth, West Australia. Melanie started her career as Junior Consultant in Arthur Andersen - Prasetio Utomo Consult. As time goes by with her developing knowledge and skills, Melanie continued her career path in corporate communications field in another several multinational companies such Ernst & Young Indonesia; PT British American Tobacco Indonesia, Tbk' and PR Petrosea, Tbk, before finally joined PT. L'Oreal Indonesia.
Having more than 12 years experiences in Corporate Communications, Has developed Melanie Masriel to become a talented leader with a huge network. Now, as a travelling and music fan she currently lives happily with her husband and her son and daughter.
Head of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Huawei Technologies Co, Ltd.
Holy Ranaivozanany is the head of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) for Huawei. In this role, she is responsible for philanthropy and social initiatives supported and implemented by Huawei in its whole footprint – more than 170 countries, including the strategy, communication and profile-raising initiatives and the engagement with stakeholders.
Prior to joining Huawei in 2011, she was in charge of CSR in Africa, Middle-East and Asia for Orange, a French-headquartered telecommunications operator. She held several positions at Orange, including as a Culture Change and Human Resources project manager and as a Marketing Analyst for Orange UK (currently Everything Everywhere).
Holy Ranaivozanany holds a Master's Degree in Marketing Management from EDHEC Business School in France.
Head of CSR Indosat
As Head of CSR, she is responsible to lead the company’s long term integrated CSR programs ensuring it remains an integral part of the company’s business strategy across all Regions in Indonesia, as well as maintaining relationship with stakeholders within and outside the company includes NGOs, local authorities and communities as well as the program beneficiaries. She has served the company for more than 17 years and during that period has been responsible in the customer service field, Marketing Communications, Public Relations in the field of Media Relations, Corporate Events and Publications.
She received her Bachelor Degree from the University of Indonesia majoring in Marketing Management. Her education years was also spent in Switzerland, New York and London.
She has been attending series of seminars, trainings, benchmarking both local and overseas. A mother of two daughters loves to travel and reading various books.
Head of CSR, PT Bank Internasional Indonesia Tbk
Head of Corporate Affairs Division PT Sarihusada
Responsible in leading Public Affairs, External and Internal Communication, and Corporate Social Responsibility. Reporting to President Director
Head of Public Relations & Citizenship, Samsung Asia Pte Ltd.
Esther Low is the Head of PR & Citizenship for Samsung in Southeast Asia & Oceania. An experienced practitioner, Esther has witnessed Samsung's growing commitment to Citizenship and how the company is determined to be a community partner for the long term. Regionally, Esther is responsible for setting up Samsung's Citizenship infrastructure, and launching global, regional and local initiatives to benefit communities.
Head of Corporate Communications, General Electric Indonesia
Experienced professional with fifteen years of expertise in corporate and marketing communications, in various industries, in Indonesia, as well as in ASEAN. Experienced in leading Digital Communications function for ASEAN. Key skills and experience include:
Head of Corporate Communications
Deputy Council Leader, GE Volunteers Indonesia
Lead corporate communications and advertising functions for seven business entities of GE in Indonesia, as well as lead Digital Communications function for ASEAN. Report directly to Regional Corporate Communications Director and Global Digital Communications Director, and manage a team of three external agencies. Key accomplishments include: Improved brand index, and brand familiarity of GE Indonesia compared to its competitors, which also gives GE Indonesia the third best brand index after GE India and GE Brazil; launched GE Reports ASEAN, Malaysia and Indonesia, as part of the Digital Communications channels.
Co-lead and manage corporate communications activities for IFC in Indonesia to increase visibility and raise the profile of IFC's activities in Indonesia, which include external, internal, and branding and publication activities. Key accomplishments include: leading a cross country team to revamp internal and external websites for East Asia and Pacific region, co-developed communications strategy for IFC in Indonesia, leading communications activities for establishment of the first branchless banking product in Indonesia, co-develop a corporate communications plan on sensitive issues such as palm oil and forestry, contribute to the production of annual report, and lead communications activities for the launch of international reports (Doing Business reports).
Head of External Relations , PT YTL Jawa Timur
As the Head of External Relation, Budhi Santoso is responsible to manage all of the company CSR programs. His duty also includes maintaining good relations to all stake holders both within the company such as Board of Directors also outside the company from the Local Authorities down to community leaders, NGO, villagers especially the beneficiaries of the CSR programs.
Having hobbies of adventure and photography turn to be very helpful for him to do his duty in managing CSR programs as he get used to taking the best out of difficult terrain that he encounters. Managing Micro Hydro projects is one good example as this project is located in a very remote area up in the mountain where the water source is adequate all time during the year to give enough power for the turbine to run.
Graduated from a reputable business school, the University of Texas at Austin, also gives him extra benefit of having a broad perspective and a good networking capability.
Despite of his busy schedule organizing the CSR programs, he is still able and willing to participate in social activities by being an active member of off-road communities and photography clubs.
He joined PT YTL Jawa Timur since early 1998 until now where he contributed a lot of achievement to the company. One of the contributions is when PT Jawa Power & PT YTL Jawa Timur was awarded the PROPER Gold Rating in year 2013. He also continuously seeks to find any opportunity for improvement for the company especially in the CSR Program Development.
Treat other people as good as what you want other people to treat you. That is one of the principles that he applies in dealing with people.
Head of Chemistry & Environment , PT YTL Jawa Timur
Yudatomo, Head of Chemistry & Environment, PT YTL Jawa Timur (O&M of PT Jawa Power). He has been in the power generation sector for 14 years where he involved in various project improvements for energy conservation, water conservation, waste reduction, waste utilization, coal/ fuel utilization, and flue gas cleaning system.
He has interest in the water processing technology and re-use of waste water where he pursued optimization project on water treatment processing, seawater RO desalination process and plant water conservation, resulting to reduction of electrical power, chemical treatment usage and waste water pollution to environment.
He also involved to control and monitor coal quality, coal combustion process and flue gas cleaning system (flue gas emission) of the 2 x 660 MW Coal Fired Power generation. His study with Claudia Bautsch, Dipl.-Ing, Ferdinand Grafahrend, Dipl.-Phy from HAMON Enviroserv on flue gas cleaning system, "Long-term Experiences and Development of Seawater Flue Gas Desulphurization Technology" was presented during Powergen Conference 2011.
As the corporate aims to develop green alternative energy for the surrounding community, under the CSR Programs, he coordinated the domestic biogas development programs. The 170 units of biogas has been constructed and used by beneficiaries by end of 2014 and additional 100 units to be constructed every year. He also involved in the development of Mangrove and Sea pines Conservation Area at Coastal area, Randutatah, Probolinggo, East Java.
Corporate Communications & Social Responsibilities Division Head of PT Pam Lyonnaise Jaya (PALYJA)
An Indonesian Citizen. She has been as a Corporate Communications & Social Responsibilities Division Head of PT Pam Lyonnaise Jaya (PALYJA) since 2007 and holds the position until now. Before joining the company, she had been working in Astra Group in a various position.
During the period 2000 – 2007 she hold two posistions, as a Business Development Support Manager and Public Relations Manager as well in PT Astratel Nusantara. Prior to that, she was a Public Relations Manager in PT Pramindo Ikat Nusantara (1995-2000), Management Development Manager in PT Astra Graphia Tbk (1992-1995), Promotions & Communications Manager in PT Astra Graphia Tbk (1989-1992).
Meyritha Maryanie acquired her degree in Agriculture Faculty from Bogor Agriculture Institute and studied Marketing Management in Extension Economics Faculty of the University of Indonesia.
Senior Manager, Qualcomm Wireless Reach
Angela Baker is a Senior Manager with Qualcomm Wireless Reach, a strategic initiative that brings wireless technology to underserved communities globally. Wireless Reach invests in projects that foster entrepreneurship, aid in public safety, enhance the delivery of health care, enrich teaching and learning and improve environmental sustainability. Baker manages programs all over the world, with a particular portfolio focus on Europe, the Middle East, North Africa and Latin America.
In addition to program management, she also oversees the strategic plan for the mobile education (mEducation) vertical, focused on promoting anywhere, anytime learning through the use of advanced wireless devices. Baker also works on programs to eliminate the mobile phone gender gap by leveraging mobile technology to economically empower and educate women globally.
Previously, she served as an advisor in Secretary Hillary Clinton's Office of Innovation at the United States Department of State, where she worked on foreign policy goals connected to the 21st Century Statecraft agenda through bilateral and multilateral engagement with strategic partners on technology and development issues.
Prior to working in the Obama Administration, Baker worked for an international advocacy firm in Seattle, WA, where she helped to create nongovernmental organizations focused on helping those in need.
Baker has worked in several countries spanning Asia, Africa, South America, the Middle East and Europe. She has a Master's Degree in International Conflict Analysis and Resolution from George Mason University and sits on the board of Running Start, an organization that works to bring more young women to politics and leadership roles.
Sustainable Development Manager, PT Tirta Investama - Danone AQUA Group
Assistant Manager, Regional Environmental Management Group, Ricoh Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
Yee Thing has been with RICOH in the Regional Environmental Management Group since 2010. This department promotes environmental sustainability and oversees the company’s products related environmental legislations and eco labeling schemes in the Asia Pacific and China Region, which also includes Oceania countries from Australia and New Zealand. She graduated from Oklahoma City University with a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication. Her passion in the art of Japanese Language is the driven force for her to pursue the learning of the third language in Hiroshima back in 2007.
Consultant, Cognition Education Limited
With strong experience in the ASEAN region, Chris is a Project Leader with Cognition Education Ltd. Chris is committed to capacity building in the areas of educational design and leadership, and has particular expertise in teacher development, youth development, and inquiry based research methodologies.
Chris has led the design, implementation and management of international corporate social responsibility projects with an entrepreneurship and leadership focus. He is committed to achieving measurable and sustainable educational impact, and has advised clients on the strategic communication of quality CSR outcomes. Chris is also interested in how CSR projects both align with and demonstrate global best practice, as defined by institutions such as the OECD, ISO, and United Nations.
Global Leadership Advisor (CSR), PT XL Axiata Tbk
Jayson Berryhill is the Global Leadership Advisor for XL Axiata's XL Future Leaders program — an award-winning education based CSR initiative designed to empower young leaders from universities across Indonesia. During his time at XL Jayson has helped shape the program by initiating partnerships with leading technology companies and NGOs in the region. He is also a trainer for senior XL executives, as well as an advisor for students and facilitators in the XL Future Leaders program in the areas of effective communication, entrepreneurship & innovation, and managing change.
Jayson's work passions are innovation, technology and education, and his international leadership experience spans four continents. Prior to joining XL Jayson served in a variety of leadership roles in technology related firms. Most recently he was the Head of Marketing for M-BIZ Global — a UK based mobile technology company where his responsibilities included leading work teams in Indonesia, Thailand, Egypt, the UK and the US. Jayson holds a BBA from the University of Texas at Arlington and an MBA from Indiana University's Kelley School of Business.
CSR Professional of Environment and Social Responsibility Division PT Astra International Tbk
Project Director of integrated community development program in some provinces all over Indonesia. Monitor the Implementation of four pillars Astra CSR program. Involves in Brand CSR Campaign through Networking, Promotion, and Activations. Acts as one of the key officer in both Internal Relations and External Relations Program through Communication. Developing internal relationship for Astra Group through PIC CSR from every subsidiary companies.
Student Member, American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
The Student Chapter Program of AAPG is made up of collegiate groups of geoscience students and one of the world's foremost co-educational programs within the geoscience sector with over 245 chapters. It provides students the opportunity to develop leadership skills and serves as a focal point for developing a feeling of professionalism through meeting industry representatives. One of the programs is student volunteer & paper oral presentation on International Conference and Exhibition (ICE) Singapore year 2012.
Math Teacher, At STANFORD International Community School
Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE), University of Cambridge International Examinations. Teached Mathematics for secondary level.