Chandra Panjiwibowo has worked with international and national organizations including UNDP, UNWFP, GIZ, ICRAF, and Yayasan Pelangi on various programs related to climate change, carbon trading, agriculture, forestry, food security and the environment in Indonesia. He served as UTZ Country Representative for Indonesia before the organization joined Rainforest Alliance in January 2018. Currently, he is in a new position as Country Lead for Indonesia at the new Rainforest Alliance.
Hendri Kurniawan is known as the founder of ABCD School of Coffee, and his passion for coffee is enormous.
He participated a lot in the world coffee events as a certified judge for World Barista Championship, World Coffee in Good Spirits and World Brewers Cup Championship.
He is also one of the World Coffee Events (WCE) representative, and his job is to oversee a WCE sanctioned national championship as well as being the head judge and give training to the national judges.
Richard Atmadja served as a purchasing manager at PT. Mayora Indah Tbk. He started his career in the company in 2011 as part of the Pareto raw material purchase team. One of the commodities he handles is coffee beans. Richard completes his education at Monash University with a Master of Accounting in 2011.
Wildan Mustofa is the owner of CV. Frinsa Agrolestari, a company which focuses in the agricultural sector. He earned his bachelor degree of Geology from Bogor Agricultural Institute and also a master degree of Management from Padjajaran University.
He was also active as participant for some COTECA (Coffee, Tea, Cocoa Global Industry Expo) that was held in Hamburg in September 2016. Moreover, he was also contributing for MICE (The Melbourne International Coffee Expo) in March 2016. Wildan also won the competition at the National Coffee Competition with the achievement of the 1st Winner of Arabica Coffee Category with the name Klon Frinsa. In addition, he also reap the achievements as runner-up in the Coffee Auction "Indonesia, Portrait Country" in Atlanta, 2016.
Pricilia Cindy Tiffany obtained a diploma of Fashion Business Program from LaSalle College International in 2011. She had worked as a wedding organizer until finally served as project manager at PT. Asal Jaya also to help export and import activities. She handles a project which aims to improve the coffee farmers’ quality of living.
Eddy Purwanto was active as an LSM Komite Anti Korupsi (KoAK) Lampung from 2003 to 2010. He also contributed fully as an Activist Caring for Environment (Hutan Kemasyarakatan) from 1999 until now. His activist career was widespread, when he also decided to become a River Care Activist (FKKTHKm) in West Lampung area from 2003 to present.
He also now served as chairman of joint group of GKT Alam Lestari Sejahtera within the division of marketing, and partnered with PT Nestle Indonesia from 2001 until today while he also facilitated Lampung Level III / FASDA III Lampung with Sistem Kebersamaan Ekonomi Berbasis Manajemen Kemitraan (SKEBMK) starting from 2005. He is also a civil servant at the West Lampung Plantation Office from 1980 until this present day.
Ayi Sutedja, was born in Bandung, 12 January 1965. He studied Science Education at Pendidikan Luar Sekolah (PLS) IKIP, Bandung in 1984 and worked as an electrical engineer in Jakarta until 2011. Since 2011, he, along with a group of farmers Murbeng Puntang has been processing coffee on Mount Puntang and Mount Malabar, Bandung. It aims to preserve the forests on Mount Puntang and beyond.
His love for coffee is unconditional, given from the history of his dad who is also a coffee lover — he taught him so much about the beauty of arabica and robusta.
Ayi also works with coastal communities on peatlands and forest areas with Community Based Forest Management programs to manage the region and create sustainable agriculture systems.
Coffee can grow well in a variety of agroforestry systems, or in natural forests that can benefit ecosystems and social welfare. "Farming has become the root of our culture. Farming is not just a choice but a life opportunity.”
Wisman Djaja earns a Bachelor Degree in Technology, Production and Management Engineering in 1979 from Loughborough University, England. In 2006, he took the Executive Development program at the IMD Business School, Switzerland. He has worked for Nestle for more than 30 years. Since 2002 to 2005, Wisman is a Sales Director of PT Nestle Indonesia, from which he became Director of Supply Chain Management until 2013. Currently, Wisman is a Director of Sustainable Agriculture, Development and Procurement. He became chairman for SC Division responsible for demand forecasting, supply planning, logistics, "order to cash", as well as customer service.
As of right now, Wisman Djaja currently holds a reputable position as one of SCOPI's board member. He also takes part as a board member in another organization. Since 2015, he has contributed fully within the Cocoa Sustainable Partnership. In addition, he has also filled important positions at Yayasan IDH Indonesia since 2017 as a board member of the organization.
Indradi "Indi" Soemardjan is an active and well-connected entrepreneur in the ASEAN and New Zealand business community that develops sustainable business and trade opportunities, and understands the business growth potential in the ASEAN region. Indi is one of seven Indonesians who have been awarded the 40th Anniversary of Independence of ASEAN New Zealand by 2015 to contribute to deepening New Zealand relations with ASEAN, especially through the ASEAN Young Business Leaders Initiative. He has also participated in the "15 Indonesia - New Zealand 15 + 15" Dialogue which is one of the most important diplomatic channels held by the Habibie Center in Jakarta. He also sits in the Advisory Group of the New Zealand Institute of Asia, which is a business research group under the University of Auckland and sits on the AGREA Global Advisory Board in the Philippines.
The company, Anapana Pte Ltd, is a Singapore-based company that operates the Farm-to-cup coffee business between Indonesia and Singapore under its own brand Javanero (for green beans specialty) and SOMA Coffee (for F & B retail outlets serving self-sustainable coffee ).
Fitrian Ardiansyah is the Chairman of the Executive Board at IDH (The Sustainable Trade Initiative) of Indonesia. He is also a member of the board of the Partnership for Sustainable Agriculture of Indonesia (PISAgro), member of the regional committee for the Tropical Forest Alliance (TFA / WEF) in Southeast Asia, the program coordinating chairman for LTKL (Sustainable Districts Platform) and Secretary of the SCOPI Executive Board ( Sustainable Coffee Platform of Indonesia).
Previously, he was the Program Director for Climate and Energy, WWF-Indonesia. He is one of the experts and members of the official Indonesian delegation to the UNFCCC, and a board member of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO). He also actively contributed to the development of RSPO principles and criteria in the early years of the organization.
He conducted his doctoral research at the Australian National University (ANU), where he also obtained a Master's degree in Environmental Management and Development. A bachelor's degree was obtained at the Institute of Technology, Bandung.