Yaya Winarno Junardy, or YW Junardy, as of May 2015, has been appointed by The UN Secretary-General as the board of the UN Global Compact. He is currently also serving as the President of Global Compact Network Indonesia (IGCN) and a member of President’s Advancement Advisor Committee of National University of Singapore (NUS). In addition to that, Junardy serves as a board-member of various organizations, among others: Indonesia Business Links (IBL), Asia Marketing Federation, Indonesia Marketing Association, House of Love Foundation and Bhumiksara Foundation.
He is also the President Commissioner of PT Rajawali Corpora, an Indonesian national holding investment Company operating in diverse industries i.e. hotel & property, transportation, agriculture, mining, infrastructure and IT Services. He has served in various companies including Managing Director of PT Rajawali Corporation and CEO of Excelcomindo. Prior to above, he worked for IBM Indonesia, IBM Regional HQ in Hong Kong, New York and Tokyo before his appointment as CEO of PT USI – IBM Indonesia.
Mari Amano, is the Secretary-General of Asia Productivity Organization (APO) Japan and a graduate of the University of Tokyo and Hertford College, Oxford University. He joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) in 1973 and held several posts in Japanese embassies (1976-1996). In the Tokyo MOFA office, he served as Deputy Director General of the Multilateral Cooperation Bureau (2000) and Economic Affairs Bureau (1998), as well as Director of the Overseas Public Relations Division (1992) and desk officer in other divisions in the Economic Affairs Bureau (1989, 1984, 1978) and Economic Cooperation Bureau (1980).
More recently, he served as Consul-General of Japan in Houston, Texas, USA, from 2001 to 2004, and as the Acting Director-General of the Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization from 2004 to 2007. Subsequently, Secretary-General Amano was the Deputy Secretary-General of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in Paris from 2007 to 2011. Immediately prior to joining the APO, he was Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary and the Permanent Representative of Japan to the Conference on Disarmament in Geneva, Switzerland, from September 2011 to September 2013.
Dr. Aditi Haldar, is the Director of Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Regional Hub South Asia and an expert on corporate sustainability management with over twenty years experience working in the areas of environment and sustainable development with key stakeholders such as the large and small businesses, government agencies, financial markets, chamber of commerce, academia, civil society & communities within the local, national, regional and international context.
Dr. Haldar held positions in various advisory committees and network at the national and international level including the GRI Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) and Stakeholder Council (SC).
Osamu Uno, is currently serving as Secretary General of the Japanese EcoMark Office and Managing Director of the Japan Environment Association. He has served on the Advisory Board of the International Green Purchasing Network, a steering committee for the Biomass mark and a commission regarding Green Purchasing Law in JAPAN. He also serves as a treasurer on The Globaling Ecolabelling Network.
He graduated from the University of Tokyo, Faculty of Law in March 1970. He was previously employed by Mitsubishi Estate Company.
Yanuar Nugroho, Ph.D., is The Second Deputy for Priority Program Management of the Presidential Staff Office of the Republic of Indonesia, and the Research Fellow in Innovations and Social Change with the University of Manchester Business School (MBS) at the Institute of Innovation Research (MIOIR). He was the Director and Special Adviser to the Minister Head of the President’s Delivery Unit for Development Monitoring and Oversight (UKP4) during the Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono Presidency in Indonesia. At that time, he was actively engaged in the Open Working Group (OWG) discussion on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Yanuar is a former holder of the ‘Hallsworth Fellowship Award in Political-Economy’ 2010-2012 and was awarded ‘Outstanding Academic of the Year 2009’ by Manchester Business School. Actively teaching and supervising undergraduate, masters and PhD students, he has been working in more than 20 externally-funded research projects over the years in the UK and EU. His research interests and publications cover innovations in the third sector, development and sustainability, media and social change, and knowledge dynamics.
Arum Atmawikarta, was the Director of Public Health and Community Nutrition (2001-2011) and at present serves as the Executive Secretary of National Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Secretariat, a collaboration of Ministry of National Development Planning / National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS) of the Republic of Indonesia and UNDP. He is also a Supervisory Board of the Cicendo Hospital, and actively serves as a Lecturer of Post-Graduate of Public Health Faculty in UNPAD, UI, UGM, and other universities.
Arum is the former Chairman of Country Coordinating Mechanism for Global Fund as well as Chairman of Professional Division of Health Work Force Council of Indonesia, Ministry of Health. He has a Doctorate degree from University of Indonesia and Master Degree from University of Michigan, USA in Public Health. He started his professional career at Regional Office of Health Department, South Sulawesi in nutrition section. While his assignment in Regional Office of Health Department, he has been in various important posts as Head of Nutrition Section, Head of Nutrition Improvement Section, Director of Nutritionist Assistant Schools and Director of Nutrition Academy.
Noer Adi Wardojo, is the Head of Center for Standards, Ministry of Environment and Forestry of the Republic of Indonesia and the Co-leader of 10YFP Consumer Information Program of the Indonesian Cleaner Production National Center (PPBN). He also currently serves as the Leader of ASEAN Forum on Sustainable Consumption and Production, and actively engages in a number of organizations, among others: National Accreditation Committee, Indonesian Standards Body (BSN), Association of Technology Auditors of Indonesia, Asia Pacific Roundtable for Sustainable Consumption and Production (APRSCP), and Indonesia National Forum on Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP).
He is an expert in ISO 14001, Environmental Management Systems, ISO 14064, and ISO 14065 for Greenhouse Gas Management. He is also a member of Indonesian Team for ASEAN, APEC, WTO, Trade and Environment, Trade in Services, UNEP, UNCSD, UNFCCC COP, and Rio+20.
Diah S Saminarsih, joined the Ministry of Health as Special Advisor to the Minister of Health for Partnerships and Sustainable Development Goals in November 2014. Prior to joining the Ministry of Health, Diah was the Deputy for Indonesia’s President Special Envoy on MDGs since its inception in early 2010. Academically trained as a Psychologist, Diah pursued her professional path as a Management Consultant, with specialization in Human Resources, Strategic Communication and Corporate Restructuring.
During her service as Deputy President’s Special Envoy on MDGs for Program Planning and Partnerships, Diah designed and implement Pencerah Nusantara, a platform of action focusing on sustainable public-private partnership model that recruits young health professionals to strengthen overall health system, in particular strengthening of primary healthcare services, in various rural locations throughout Indonesia. This initiative is build to showcase the road map of implementing the MDGs. Now, the Ministry of Health has taken up this initiative and up scaled it into “Nusantara Sehat” – implemented in 120 community health centers in the most remote areas in Indonesia. Also in her portfolio is the Indonesia MDG Awards, the Indonesia Youth Forum and Partnerships for Development Mapping, which are utilized now to strengthen and underline the importance of partnerships in implementing the Sustainable Development Goals.
Saut P Hutagalung, is the Special Adviser to the Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries of the Republic of Indonesia on Economy, Social and Culture. (details will be updated)
Tiur Rumondang, is the Executive Director of the Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development (IBCSD). She has been involved in the establishment process of IBCSD and officially designated for this position since May 2012. She is also leading the Permanent Committee on International Cooperation for Environmental under the Committee Board of Indonesia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin Indonesia).
She has worked for various international cooperation and projects since 2003 handling the border area development and appointed as one of Indonesia Country Director for the Brunei-Indonesia-Malaysia-the Philippine East Asean Growth Area (BIMP-EAGA) since 2011. She took her undergraduate and graduate study majoring in Finance.
Christine Padoch, is the Director of Forests and Livelihoods Research at the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR). An anthropologist by training, she spent more than 40 years carrying out research on smallholder patterns of forest management, agriculture, and agroforestry in the humid tropics, principally in Amazonia and Southeast Asia.
Christine came to CIFOR from the New York Botanical Garden where she held the position of the Matthew Calbraith Perry Curator of Economic Botany. She is the author or editor of a dozen books and approximately 100 scientific articles. A Ph.D. in anthropology from Columbia University, Christine has served as a scientific adviser to many international projects and has been a member of the boards of several international research institutions, including the Amazon Institute for Environmental Research (IPAM), and the Earth Innovation Institute (EII).
T. Nirarta Samadhi, is the Country Director of World Resources Institute Indonesia (WRI) and a former Deputy Minister (2009-2014) at the Indonesia President’s Delivery Unit for Development Monitoring and Oversight where among his portfolios were infrastructure, climate change and state budget monitoring. In 2011, by a presidential decree, he was appointed as one of the members of the Indonesia REDD+ Task Force, and serves as Chair of Working Group on Forest Moratorium Monitoring where he facilitates the development of One Map Indonesia. He was also the National Project Director of Low Emission Capacity Building Program, a global low emission development strategy initiative supported by the UNDP and EU.
WRI is a global research organization that turns big ideas into action at the nexus of environment, economic opportunity and human well-being. He chairs the Working Group on Landscape-based Mitigation and Adaptation at the National Advisory Board for Climate Change which advises the Minister of Environment and Forestry.
Paulus Soegiono Dharmatjipto, is an Executive Assistant Division Head PT Indofood Sukses Makmur Tbk at Bogasari Divison. He obtained a Master Degree from Prasetya Mulya Business School, Jakarta and became a member of Director’s National Orientation Committee, Department of Indonesia from 2004-2007.
He is a co-founder of Association of Philanthropy Indonesia that was founded in 2007 and has been serving as a Treasurer in that organization. He is also one of the founders of International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP) Indonesia in 2012 and actively engages in a number of activities, especially in philanthropy and sustainable business issues.
Marco Kusumawijaya, is active in different roles in the fields of architecture, environment, arts, cultural heritage, urban planning and development in the last 25 years. He has worked with private sectors, governments, international and local NGO’s. His special interests include urban study of Jakarta, city and the arts, and social changes towards sustainability. In 2000 he started Green Map (www.greenmap.org) in Indonesia. He has published four books (including one translation) as well as numerous articles and papers about architecture, urban studies, heritage, and citizen movements. With the Imagining Jakarta program, he explores the new area of the relationship between culture and urban development with a group of artists and architects. His assignment with UPC (Urban Poor Consortium) – UPLINK in Aceh, May-December 2006, was the planning and reconstruction of 23 villages (with 3,331 houses) in Banda Aceh and nearby coastal sub-districts.
He was a fellow at the International House of Japan, Tokyo, in Asia Leadership Fellow Programme in September-November 2009, and at MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles in Urban Future Initiatives program in April-June 2008. He chaired Jakarta Arts Council in 2006-1010. In 2010, he co-founded and became the first director of Rujak Center for Urban Studies (RCUS) to assist cities and region in transition into ecological age through research, capacity building and policy advice. In 2012 he co-founded and built the sustainability learning center Bumi Pemuda Rahayu in Yogyakarta. Since September 2015 he has been a selected expert for the Policy Unit 2 (Social Cultural Urban Framework) to recommend policies towards the HAHIBAT III Conference in October 2016
Sinta Kaniawati, is the General Manager of Unilever Indonesia Foundation, the Secretary General of Indonesia Global Compact Network (IGCN) and the Co-founder of International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP) Indonesia Chapters. She is also a Judge of the International Business Awards. She has more than 20 years working with Unilever and really knows how the Company can sustain its business more than 100 years.
Sinta holds expertise in Market Research, Marketing, and Corporate Social Responsibility. As a leader of Unilever Indonesia Foundation, she has initiated a number of signature community development programs and engaging stakeholders in the CSR. Some of the achievements are the MDG Award in Environment by Leading News TV Station, Green Apple Award (Gold Award on Best Practice) for Surabaya Green and Clean Program, and 2008 Stevie Award Finalist for Black Soya Bean in Best CSR in Asia Category.
Jenik Andreas, is the Creating Shared Value (CSV) Manager PT Nestle Indonesia. Graduated from Master of Engineering in Gadjah Mada University, she has more than ten years work experience in urban planning, and eight years in development work. Starting in 2013 she joined with Nestlé Indonesia to started work in sustainability and creating shared value.
She had started her eight year experience in development work back in 2015 in tsunami response in Aceh when she joined with World Vision. The development work had continued with another international NGOs such as, GIZ, UN-OCHA, ASB in various position. She has been also actively engaged in national and international forum as a delegate or speaker, also joined and active in The Climate Reality Project since 2011 as a Leader.
Amalia Yunita, is the Co-founder and CEO of PT Lintas Jeram Nusantara (Arus Liar) and Bramantha Wana Parahita (Bravo Adventure). She is an outdoor adventure devotee and engages in a number of volunteering mount-climbing expeditions, such as The Himalaya for Lupus, The Kilimanjaro for Lupus, The Equatorial for Lupus, and Carztens Pyramid Expedition. She actively involves in Global Rescue Network and engaged in many disaster and humanitarian relief programs including the Tsunami Aceh, Earthquake Jogja, and Flood Jakarta.
Amalia is an Assessor Judge of International Rafting Federation and the Acting Chairwoman of Federasi Arung Jeram Indonesia (Indonesian White Water Federation). As a business woman, she has been awarded as the Inspiring Women 2015 (Wardah Cosmetic Award), The Most Inspirative Woman and The Best Female CEO 2014 (She’s Men’s Obsession Award), The Finalist of the Most Powerful Women 2010 (Her World Magazine) and many other honors and awards. She is also familiar with sustainability practices in adventure and tourism business setting. In 2014, her company (Arus Liar) was granted as the Best Leading Sustainable Tourism 2012/2013 from the Indonesia Travel and Tourism Awards (ITTA).
Birendra Raturi is the International Director of SR Asia (Social Responsibility Asia), the Principal Consultant of Qsys eSolutions Pvt Ltd and affiliated with several other organisations. He is an expert on sustainable development, sustainability and assurance services with over 20 years of experience. He specializes on international trade development particularly to EU countries, Corporate social responsibility and sustainability.
He works with government and non government organisation, international and national chambers of commerce, business associations relating to CSR and Sustainability. Raturi is a visiting faculty member for the APO Japan, CBI the Netherlands; NPC India; Cognos Germany, etc.
Sumaya Rashid, is the Country Director of SR Asia (Social Responsibility Asia) Bangladesh and the Chief Adviser & HR Consultant at StratBiz Consulting. Sumaya graduated from Master of Business Administration (MBA) study program and obtained a Diploma in Personnel Management. She is also a certified professional by APO Japan and an expert on human resource development and corporate social responsibility. She has extensive experience working with government and private sector over the last 8 years.
Sumaya is a passionate expert in corporate social responsibility domain and has experience in stakeholder engagement, policy design and development, networking with policy makers, and private sector development organization. She works with various chamber of commerce, international agencies and business support organization at national and international level.
Dr. Semerdanta Pusaka, is the Country Director of SR Asia (Social Responsibility Asia) Indonesia and the Co-founder and Managing Partner of PT Aicon Global Indonesia – a consulting company that promotes strategic sustainability management. He is also the Co-founder of International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP) Indonesia Chapter and Gerakan Anak Indonesia Suka Baca (Foundation for Reading Habit of the Indonesian Children), the Panel Expert and Honorary Professor of IIC University of Technology, Cambodia, the Council Member of Human Behavior Academy, UK, and the Director of Sandikta College of Administrative Science, Indonesia.
Semerdanta is an expert in ISO 26000, sustainable business, corporate reporting, business administration, change management, and corporate communications. He has an extensive years of experience working with the government, private sector and NGOs at national and international level. He serves various industry sectors, such as pulp and paper, oil and gas, mining, fertilizer, and banking.
Dr. Leow Chee Seng, the Country Director of SR Asia (Social Responsibility Asia) Malaysia and the Associate Professor and Dean of the Graduate School, IIC University of Technology, Cambodia, the Honorary Professor of Nguyen Tat Thanh University, Vietnam, the Expert Panel of Sandikta College of Administrative Science, Indonesia, the Panel of Supervisor, Asian e-University, Malaysia, and the Fellow of Human Behaviour Academy, UK. Over the past 10 years, Dr. Leow has been involved in training, coaching, postgraduate thesis coaching, marketing research, business consulting, lecturing, writing in several organizations around the globe.
Leow engages in a number of organizations as an expert and trainer at national and international level, such as China Productivity Center (CPC) Taiwan and Asian Productivity Organization (APO) Japan. He also has published many books in nonverbal communication and becomes a panel member of Editorial board for a number of Journals in Asia, Europe and USA.
Prof. Jatna Supriatna, is currently serve as Chairman of Reseach Center for Climate Change, University of Indonesia (RCCC UI) that assembles research community and observers with their research on climate change problems in the scopes of University of Indonesia, national and international level. He also serves as CEO of non-profit organization United in Diversity Forum (YUID) that contributes to a united and peaceful Indonesia through synergy amongst the diverse constituents of Indonesia’s society and the international community.
Graduated from Master of Science (1986) and Doctorate degree (1991) from the University of New Mexico, USA, he currently serves as a Senior Lecturer at the Biology Dept., Director of Biodiversity and Conservation Studies, Coordinator of Graduate Program on Conservation Biology of the University of Indonesia. He also became a Chief Editor of Tropical Biodiversity (since 1992), Editor of Asia Primate Journal (2008), Board of Editor of the International Journal of Wildlife Policy and Law, Board of Editor of Tropical Ecology, Consulting editor of Biosphere Conservation and Board of Adviser of Earthwatch Institute (2002). He also served as Member of the Board of Supervision of Bornean Orangutan Survival Foundation and Board Member of the Biodiversity and Development Foundation.
Juniati Gunawan, Ph.D., is a Senior Lecturer of Faculty of Economy at Trisakti University, Indonesia, the Director of Trisakti Sustainability Center (TSC), the Expert Panel of Sandikta College of Administrative Science, and the Co-founder of International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP) Indonesia Chapter. She is a Certified Trainer for Sustainability Reporting, Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), Amsterdam, a member of reviewer board in several book publishers, and a leading expert and professional in corporate reporting, especially sustainability reporting and integrated reporting in Indonesia.
Graduated from Edith Cowan University, Australia, she has more than 10 years experience developing corporate reports and managing researches. She also has been writing a number of articles and books and also presenting papers in seminars and conferences at national and international level.
Dr. Arya Hadi Dharmawan, is a Senior Lecturer and the Head of Agricultural and Rural Politics Research Division, Center for Agricultural and Rural Development Studies, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Indonesia. He graduated from the Doctorate Program of Agricultural Sociology and Socio-Economics of Rural Development, Georg-August University of Goettingen, Germany.
Arya Hadi has published a number of articles, journals and books about rural development and wealth and the partnership of the nation, private sector and civil society. He also engages in many social studies, especially about rural governance reform, natural resources management, social conflict, food resilience, and local wisdom.
Jimmy Tanaya, Ph.D., is the President Director of PT Aicon Global Indonesia, the Research Director of Centre for Innovation, Policy and Governance (CIPG), and the Expert Panel of Sandikta College of Administrative Science. He used to work with the Business Watch Indonesia and graduated from Manchester Business School. Jimmy also a Co-founder of International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP) Indonesia Chapter and has years of experience in researches and projects in corporate social responsibility and sustainable business model.
As a researcher, Jimmy engages in a number of publications and journals about corporate social responsibility and community development. He serves a number of private sector from various industries, including palm oil, oil and gas, and banking.
Gita Syahrani, is a dynamic and dedicated professional with more than eight years of legal, financing structure and strategic management consulting and programme implementation experience. Throughout her career, she has worked on variety of sectors including banking & finance, capital market, merger & acquisition as well as climate financing and green investment law & policy which became her main focus. In her current capacity as Senior Programme Manager of Indonesia Palm Oil Pledge (IPOP) Management Team, Gita is responsible to facilitate, support and monitor sustainability commitments implementation of IPOP signatories. Prior to her position, she was a leading member of the Planning & Funding Deputy of the former National REDD+ Agency where she construct, strategic work plan and funding instrument mechanism for REDD+ Indonesia. Previous to that, she was a Senior Associate and Lead Counsel for Green Investment and Climate Change at one of the top-tier independent corporate law firms in Indonesia, DNC Advocates At Work, member of a leading global network of independent law firms with 150 member firms, MultiLaw.
Currently, she is serving as vice-deputy for the Permanent Committee of Environmental & Climate Change Advocacy and Public Policy at the Indonesia Chambers of Commerce (KADIN). She is also co-founder of a probono legal service initiative for social enterprise, Social Corporate Lawyers Society (SocolaS), community-based waste management initiative, Kreasi Daur Ulang (SiDalang) and Gerakan Indonesia Diet Kantong Plastik (GIDKP).
Ashutosh Gupta, is a Senior Sustainability Expert in the Built Environment and Sustainability Assessment Division of EDS in New Delhi. He has domain expertise in corporate sustainability, low-carbon technologies, emission mitigation strategies and eco-industry. His professional experience range from environmental consulting services to energy efficiency financing and regulation. He has worked at prominent firms such as Atkins/F+G and Capita Symonds in United Kingdom.
His previous experience includes providing assistance in building energy efficiency code implementation and green building rating assessment in various countries like Greece, UAE, Scotland, Ireland, Saudi Arabia, England, Bangladesh, Tanzania, Indonesia and India. He is a Licensed Architect, LEED Accredited Professional (BD+ C) 2009; (ID + C) 2012; (O+M) 2014, certified Green Globe Professional and a member to International Building Performance Simulation Association (IBPSA), England.
Christina Eghenter, is actively involved in various initiatives at regional level such as the Collaborative Management Learning Network and the ICCAs Consortium, and participated in several consultations (Protected Areas and Equity; FSC principles and standards; Indigenous Peoples and World Bank standards; post-2015 agenda and SDGs, the Open Forum on development aid effectiveness). She has led several initiatives in WWF at national and regional level: Learning Action Network LAN; Social Development for Conservation SD4C Asia-Pacific; and the development of various social policies and principles. She has also led advocacy work for WWF on equitable governance at CBD and WPC.
She received her PhD in Anthropology and Human Ecology from Rutgers University, USA. She is currently serving as Deputy Director for Social Development at WWF-Indonesia and Civil Society Strategy Leader of the HoB Global Initiative. Since she joined WWF Indonesia over fourteen years ago, she has focused on strengthening and mainstreaming social and development issues in conservation with a focus on social equity and rights, empowerment of local constituencies for environmental governance and sustainable development, Indigenous Peoples’ rights and conservation areas (including ICCAs advocacy).
Kristianto P. Halomoan, is a lecturer at faculty of law, Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia. Actively involve on sustainable development issues both teoritically and on practice. He also involve at Indonesian Chamber of Commerce, Association of Philantrophy Indonesia, Indonesian Bar Associations. He also member of Association of Indonesian Environmental Lecturer and International Union for Conservation of Nature.
Complete his PhD programme from Padjadjaran Univeristy on sustainable development issues. He had done several researches on sustainable development issues such as sustainable development in mining industries and sustainable palm oil industries.