Kiki Anggraini, Country Coordinator, USAID Oceans
Ms. Kiki Anggraini has 15 year experiences on marine and fisheries issues. She started her career with the Indonesian Coral Reef Foundation as a Program Manager in 2000, worked to raise awareness and education on coral reef conservation. Later she became consultant at Center of Climate Change Financing – Fiscal Policy Office (PKPPIM-BKF), dealing with green growth issues. In 2014, she worked for USAID IMACS (Indonesia Marine and Climate Support) Project, focusing on institutional strengthening for partner from GoI (Government of Indonesia), especially on sustainable fisheries and climate mitigation issues (onboard-observer, EAFM, port state measure, climate adaptation and mitigation, etc.). In 2015, she joined AP2HI (Indonesian Pole & Line and Hand Line Association) as General Manager, mostly responsible for implementing the FIP (Fisheries Improvement Project) that focus on traceability and eco-label for tuna product, and also organization development. She is now working for the USAID Oceans and Partnership (USAID Oceans) Project as the Country Coordinator and focusing on the trial implementation of CDTS (Catch Documentation and Traceability System). Ms. Kiki Anggraini holds a bachelor degree on Biology from University of Indonesia (UI) and master degree on Natural Resources and Environmental Economics from the same university.
Yohanes Agung Baskoro, Corporate Responsibility Manager, Cargill Indonesia
Yohanes Agung Baskoro has extensive experience in Corporate Social Responsibility in FMCG and agricultural sectors, with more than eleven years of both corporate and field level exposure. He is also experienced in community development, government relations, regulatory affairs, combined with good sustainability practices to form a solid social management system. In the past, Agung has worked for British American Tobacco in various CSR, environmental, and health and safety roles. He has also served as Corporate Social Responsibility Department Head at Bumitama Gunajaya Agro (BGA Group). He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture from Gadjah Mada University where he majored in plant protection.
Fay Fay Choo, Asia Director for Cocoa Sustainable Sourcing, Mars, Incorporated
Fay Fay Choo has 23 years of supply chain and strategic sourcing experience and in the past five years has been directly responsible for sustainable cocoa development in Asia, where Mars has an extensive program covering plant science research, technology transfer and certification with tens of thousands of farmers in Indonesia, Philippines and Vietnam.
Nurdiana Darus, Director for Southeast Asia, Rainforest Alliance
As director for Southeast Asia, Nurdiana Darus leads a diverse team in creating and implementing a strategic plan to grow the Rainforest Alliance’s footprint in the region, particularly in the palm oil sector. Darus brings with her over 20 years’ experience in strategic management and program implementation. Most recently she served as the Executive Director of Indonesia Palm Oil Pledge (IPOP) where she worked with more than 30 partners, government officials and international stakeholders in implementing ambitious commitments to sustainable palm oil production and sourcing. Darus worked with the REDD+ Agency as Deputy Minister of Technology, Systems and Monitoring and was a senior advisor for the United Nations office for REDD+ in Indonesia. She has also held various leadership roles with Fortune 500 companies including Accenture, the world’s largest consulting firm operating in 56 countries where she worked for 16 years.
Abdullah Habibi, Manager for Capture Fisheries and Aquaculture Fisheries Improvement, WWF Indonesia
Abdullah Habibi has been the Fisheries and Aquaculture Improvement Manager at WWF Indonesia for the past four years and has played an important role in the development of the Seafood Savers Program and in facilitating Fisheries Improvement Programs and Aquaculture Improvement Programs. He works closely with private sector partners to motivate them to using better management practices (BMPs) to improve their fishing or aquaculture practices toward Marine Stewardship Council and Aquaculture Stewardship Council principles. He advocates for the implementation of ecosystem approach to fisheries management (EAFM) and ecosystem approach to aquaculture (EAA) at the Indonesian Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF), and he is involved in facilitating the adoption of EAFM and EAA indicators as a basis for the development of fishery management and aquaculture management plans. Prior to this position, Mr Habibi has been working as capture fisheries coordinator at WWF-Indonesia for five years. He holds a Bachelor Degree in Marine Science from Diponegoro University in Indonesia and master’s degree in Environmental Science Management from Southern Cross University in Australia.
Jose Henao, Quality Head, OLAM?
Jose was born in a coffee growing family in Colombia, he has been working in the industry since 2003 when he joined FNC the most recognized and experienced coffee organization in Colombia as a quality analyst. During 9 years he had the opportunity to work with the best Colombian’s coffees controlling the quality of the raw material until the final product, understanding the different requirements of the market. In 2011 joined OLAM to handle the quality of the Coffee Arabica platform for all Indonesia. His roll has expanded to commercial, supply chain and sustainability areas. With certified supply chains in Sumatra and Java, Olam Indonesia has been proactively participating in the training and agro reforestation programs with the local farmers.
Veronica Herlina, Executive Director, Sustainable Coffee Platform of Indonesia (SCOPI)
Veronica Herlina helped Coffee Stakeholders in Indonesia to address sustainability coffee activities in Indonesia for quite a while and finally the stakeholders launch a platform named SCOPI (Sustainable Coffee Platform of Indonesia) on 31 March 2015. Her experience of more than 10 years from previous jobs in the food beverages industry, coffee private sector and also in other Coffee Associations is one of the assets to understand more about the coffee players and to create activities to support sustainability coffee in Indonesia. Working in the coffee organizations is part of her passion for coffee and its challanges. Veronica served as the Executive Director of SCOPI since May 2015 till present.
Rini Indrayanti, Executive Director, Cocoa Sustainability Partnership (CSP)
Rini Indrayanti is currently the Executive Director of Cocoa Sustainability Partnership (CSP), a multi-stakeholder national platform for sustainable cocoa in Indonesia. CSP members consist of chocolate and cocoa producer companies, NGOs, research institute, universities as well as national, provincial and district level government. As the ED, Rini is responsible to drive collaboration and working together of cocoa stakeholders to achieve the 2020 Indonesian sustainable cocoa targets. She is also responsible to lead CSP Executive Office. Rini work background in community development in post-disaster recovery and agriculture context, Rini have worked with various international development agencies such as UNDP, UNOPS, and AusAID. She received her bachelor degree in economics from Hasanuddin University and Masters degree in Development Practice (advance) from University of Queensland.
Karin Kreider, Executive Director, ISEAL Alliance
Karin Kreider is the Executive Director of the ISEAL Alliance – the global backbone organization for the sustainability standards movement. She is one of the world’s leading experts on ecolabels, sustainability standards and certification. Before joining ISEAL in 2009, she was involved in the start-up of Rainforest Alliance, and worked there for more than 20 years, first as Associate Director of the organisation, and then as Director of the Sustainable Agriculture Programme. Karin holds a BFA and an MBA from New York University and is based in London
Shen Yan Liow, Southeast Asia Supply Chain Standards Manager, Marine Stewardship Council
Yan believes in people power and intelligence to driving sustainability in global resource consumption. She has focused her work in effective science communication, stakeholder engagement and policy development to shaping best practice across global seafood industry. She has spent the past 10 years living and working in Europe prior to taking on her new role to build program accessibility, capacity and oversee seafood supply chain integrity in Southeast Asia, Hong Kong & India. She is currently involved in monitoring and evaluation of farmed shrimp, and in developing traceability solutions on product origin information that can be carried across the entire supply chain as product travels around the world.
Fini Lovita, Site Coordinator, USAID Oceans
Ms. Fini Lovita has over 20 year experiences in various professions, mostly in coastal and fisheries areas. She started her career with the Indonesia Law Research Institute as a Business Associate in 1997 and then followed by entering the General Electric – Astra Financial Corporation as a Credit Analyst. In 1998, she started her work as environmentalist as she joined Indonesia Eco-labeling Institute (LEI), a national NGO focusing on the forest eco-labeling, as Financial Staff at first then assigned as Assistant to Executive Director. Afterwards she worked for WWF Indonesia as Fisheries Officer based in Jakarta and Bali for almost 6 years. In 2010, she joined the Mangroves for the Future (MFF) Indonesia, a regional initiative project, under UNDP management as National Coordinator, continued with working for USAID – Indonesia Marine and Climate Support (IMACS) Project as a Coastal Planning and Policy Specialist. She is now working for the USAID Oceans and Partnership (USAID Oceans) project as the Site Coordinator which is responsible for an e-CDTS preparation and implementation, EAFM profiling and partnership and networking at learning site in Bitung, North Sulawesi. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from University of Indonesia (UI). She is now pursuing her master degree on the Sustainable Agribusiness from Business School of Bogor Agriculture Institute (IPB) with main research is on the adaptive financial pattern for small scale fisheries in Bitung. She speaks Bahasa Indonesia and English fluently.
Mignonne Maramis Akiyama, Communications Senior Advisor, Tetra Pak Indonesia?
Mignonne N.B. Maramis Akiyama is the Communications Senior Advisor for Tetra Pak Indonesia. She has worked at Tetra Pak Indonesia since 2000, overseeing communications first as a Manager at the local Indonesia level, then as a Director and Cluster Leader at the South and Southeast Asia regional level. In addition, Mignonne helped to establish the Environment division at Tetra Pak Indonesia, first as Environment Manager and later concurrently as Communications and Environment Director. She helped to set up Indonesia’s first beverage carton recycling and environmental education program, working in cooperation with a government research institute, the Center for Pulp and Paper, local paper mills and Tetra Pak Indonesia’s customers. In recognition of the company’s role in minimizing packaging waste through recycling, Tetra Pak Indonesia received the first Sustainable Producer award from the Indonesia Ministry of Environment and Forestry in 2016. Mignonne helped to initiate the launch of Tetra Pak Indonesia’s first customer to use FSC labelling in Indonesia, which guarantees that the paperboard used for Tetra Pak packages comes from independently certified and verified controlled sources.
László Máthé, Accreditation Program Manager for RSPO and RSB, Accreditation Services International
László Máthé leads the RSB and RSPO Accreditation Programs at ASI. He oversees planning and management of applicant and accredited conformity assessment bodies, manages a team of assessors, and is a Lead Assessor for FSC, RSB and RSPO Accreditation Programs. László joined ASI in 2013. He spent eight years with WWF’s Forest Program, and has spent the past five years concentrating on the relationship between renewable energy policies and forest management and conservation. His work contributed to the sustainability requirements outlined in various regulatory frameworks, like the EU Renewable Energy Directive. László has also been involved in the development of the RSB standard. László has a Forest Engineering degree from the University of Oradea, and a Master in Environmental Science and Policy awarded by Central European University and Manchester University. A Hungarian national, he is fluent in English, Romanian, and Hungarian.
Wander Meijer, Director Asia Pacific, GlobeScan
Wander is Director Asia Pacific for GlobeScan, a global research consultancy established in 1987, which measures, understands and helps building valuable relationships between organizations and their stakeholders, to work on delivering a sustainable and equitable future. GlobeScan provides evidence-led strategic counsel that understands the drivers, dynamics and outcomes of these relationships to make sense of the external context. Prior to GlobeScan, Wander worked for 14 years in various roles at TNS, a global research firm, as Managing Director for China, Hong Kong and Singapore and CEO for Latin America. Next to his corporate career, Wander is a business advisor and impact investor. He invested in and advises social enterprises in Africa and Asia, examples being Musoni Kenya (micro finance), WakaWaka Light (solar power) and EcoMatcher, a digital platform connecting corporations and causes. Wander has a Master’s degree Development Geography and Development Economics from the University of Nijmegen. He is married with 2 children (born in Amsterdam and Hong Kong), and his passions are travelling, scuba diving, trekking & hiking.
Imran Nasrullah, CEO President Director (Indonesia), Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC)?
Imran is the Chief Executive Officer – Indonesia for Louis Dreyfus Company. He joined the Group in early 2015. Prior to joining LDC, Imran has managed significant business portfolios over the course of his career, and has over 15 years of experience as a senior manager and global business builder within the agri-commodities industry. He joined Louis Dreyfus Company from Cargill Energy Transportation and Metals Singapore, where he was the Director Sales and Marketing Business Development, South East Asia and Pakistan. Prior to this role, Imran managed the Asian Chartering desk at Cargill Ocean Transportation Singapore, and also led the startup of their China domestic freight desk.
Anita Neville, Vice President of Corporate Communications and Sustainability Relations, Golden Agri-Resources Ltd?
Splitting her time between Jakarta and Singapore, Anita is responsible for ensuring that GAR’s sustainability strategy listens to and engages with GAR’s suppliers and industry stakeholders. She believes that the rate of change underway in the palm oil industry is unprecedented, but that the key to continued success will be to take the conversation out of the boardroom and into the palm plantation. She advocates a people-led approach focused on farming, palm oil’s role as a food and the families that grow it. Anita joined Golden Agri-Resources in 2016 from ten years with the Rainforest Alliance, an international non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation of tropical forests. Neville led the design and implementation of the first global marketing strategy for the Rainforest Alliance’s certification and verification services and served as representative for the Australia and Oceania region. She is a Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) auditor, specialising in the social aspects of the respected forestry standard. Prior to the Rainforest Alliance, Neville was the Director of Communications for E3G, a European-focused environmental politics think tank specialising in climate diplomacy and energy policy. She began her career in her native Australia before taking up a position with WWF UK, rising to Head of Advocacy where she worked to secure the HSBC Investing in Nature partnership, work that continues to this day in the form of the HSBC Water Programme.
Chandra Panjiwibowo, Country Representative Indonesia, UTZ
Chandra Panjiwibowo has had a total of 14 years of professional experience in environment, agriculture, forestry, natural resources management, food security, and climate change. He had worked with international and national organizations including with UNDP, WFP, GIZ, World Agroforestry Centre, and Pelangi Foundation on numerous climate change and environment programs throughout Indonesia. Currently he is serving as the Indonesia Country Representative at UTZ, a global certification program for sustainable coffee, cocoa, and tea.
Sudari Pawiro, National Chief Technical Advisor, UNIDO Indonesia? and SMART-Fish Indonesia
Sudari Pawiro holds a Master degree (MSc) in fish marketing from the University of Hull, England in 1991 and Bachelor degree (IR) in food science and technology from Bogor Agriculture University in 1984. He currently works as the National Chief Technical Advisor, of UNIDO (the United Nations Industrial Development Organization) Fisheries programme/project for Indonesia. Prior to joining UNIDO he was attached as a Trade Promotion Officer at INFOFISH for more than 18 years (February 1996 – May, 2014). Before joining INFOFISH he was a fish inspector and HACCP trainer at the Directorate General of Fisheries (before it became MMAF), the Ministry of Agriculture, Indonesia from 1985-1996. Sudari has vast international experiences as fish marketing consultant in many countries in Asia, Africa, Latin America and also Europe under various fisheries development projects. He presented tens of papers in international and regional forums on fish trade and market related topics. Sudari has good knowledge on global and regional fish markets and trade as well as local (domestic) market in Indonesia. He wrote many articles on fish marketing and trade related issues.
Hartono Prabowo, National Representative, Forest Stewardship Council Indonesia
Hartono was appointed as the National Representative of FSC in Indonesia in July 2013. Prior joining FSC, Hartono worked at a global environment non-profit organization for 10 years. And during the first of his employment, Hartono worked for a wood-based company in East Kalimantan. As a forester, Hartono has long been in the Indonesian forestry sector. Having role and experiences in the implementation of good forest management practices while was working in the forest concession and also as an advisor for several forest concessions in Indonesia. He also has experiences in the development and implementation chain of custody or wood traceability system in the forest concession as well in the wood processor factory. Also involve in the development and implementation of management system of occupational safety and health in forestry sector, and environment forest management. In the non-technical field, Hartono has been ever managed company training program, developed curricula and syllabi of forestry training and took role as an instructor. He also has experienced in the company planning cycle (developing vision-mission, strategic and business planning, activity planning, monitoring and evaluating) and human resources management.
Danang Raditya, Wood Supply and Forestry Specialist, IKEA Supply AG (Indonesia Rep. Office)
Danang Ari Raditya obtained his Forestry Master Degree from University of Joensuu, Finland; and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden. Danang has been working for IKEA Supply AG (Indonesia Rep. Office) since 2009. His current position is Wood Supply and Forestry Specialist, based in Jakarta, Indonesia. In his role, Danang support the countries where IKEA at present is purchasing home furnishing products, i.e. Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, and Thailand. Main responsibilities are developing the strategies and implement them to achieve IKEA More Sustainable Sources (MSS) Goal in 2020, supporting for a continuous and long-term access to sustainably sourced wood at lowest costs (value chain optimization forest – finished products), and ensuring the IKEA sustainability requirements on wood are met. Danang also coordinates IKEA funded forestry projects in Indonesia where the aim is to improve the standards of forest management. Prior to his current position, Danang was Wood Supply and Forestry Specialist for IKEA Purchasing North Europe; based in Almhult, Sweden.
Aditya Utama Surono, Executive Director, MDPI
Aditya Utama Surono has a passion for fisheries sustainability and community development in coastal areas of Indonesia, and has been working for more than fifteen years in fisheries and community development across the archipelago and South East Asian region. As the Executive Director at Masyarakat dan Perikanan Indonesia Foundation (MDPI), he is focusing MDPI’s program on several concentration such as Fisheries Improvement for small-scale tuna fisheries, Fair Trade, Fisheries Improvement Programs approach implementation and supply chain improvement. Mr. Surono studied International Relations at the Catholic University of Parahyangan, Bandung,and he has worked for years in conjunction with the Asian Development Bank, N, the Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction, World Fish Centre and Anova Food, LLC. He is a Member of MSC Developing World Working Group, Asian Seafood Improvement Executive Committee and also Honorary Member of Clinton Global Initiative.
Darrel Webber, Chief Executive Officer, Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil
Before joining the RSPO in 2011, Darrel was Senior Associate of Global Sustainability Associates, a role which required him to provide senior counsel to companies and organizations about agricultural development (including oil palm). Prior to that, he was Senior Manager Palm Oil Sector Engagement at WWF-International and regional manager for companies such as Permanis Sandilands Sdn. Bhd. and Shell Malaysia Ltd. From 2007 until 2009, Darrel Webber was a RSPO Executive Board Member representing the Environmental NGOs constituent through his position at WWF International. Darrel was also actively involved in the initial discussions and development of the RSPO Principles & Criteria.
Joshua Wickerham, Policy and Outreach Manager, ISEAL Alliance
Joshua manages ISEAL’s work in China. He also researches trends affecting sustainability initiatives, assurance in emerging economies, and other aspects of policy and outreach work. Joshua has worked as an advisor to ISEAL since 2010, first on business engagement strategy and then on developing and advising ISEAL’s work in China. Before joining ISEAL, he consulted for UNEP, UNCTAD, WWF, ITC, BigRoom, GIZ, and numerous sustainability standards and initiatives, mainly in Asia, but also in Latin America. He first started working with standards related to CSR reporting assurance and stakeholder engagement from 2007-2010 as China Representative for AccountAbility. Joshua holds a Master of International Relations from the University of California San Diego and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Michigan.