Leony Aurora is a communications expert, combining over 15 years of experiences as a communications strategist, researcher, journalist, and facilitator with her knowledge and passion in finding the way forward for sustainable development in resource-rich emerging economies. Through her projects, she has worked with various government agencies, donors, intergovernmental organisations, NGOs, and the private sector.
Leony has led several studies to understand consumers’ perception on sustainable palm oil and urban youth’s views on forests and deforestation in Indonesia. She also has developed various communications strategies, products, trainings and events, as an independent consultant, Sustainability Communications Manager for Daemeter Consulting, and Communications Specialist for Asia at the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR). As a journalist, Leony worked for The Jakarta Post and Bloomberg News, specializing in energy, mining, and environment coverage. Leony holds a Master’s degree in Environment, Society and Development from the University of Cambridge, UK, for which she received the Chevening scholarship from the UK government.
Moenardji Soedargo is a former Chairman of Executive Board of SCOPI during period of 2015-2018.
Born in 1964 in Surabaya and obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in California - USA in 1987 and his master's degree was acquired in Arizona, USA in 1988.
After his studies, he was trained in ITOCHU CORPORATION in Japan, then assigned as Chief Assistant of the Trade Division at Prasidha Group from 1990 to 1995, and became director to this day.
He was vice chairman of the Indonesian Cacao Association from 1995 to 2002, and also been served as Deputy Head of Promotion and Marketing Compartment Association of Indonesia Coffee Exporters. He was former head of the Coffee Industry Development Compartment of the Association of Coffee Exporter Industries. Currently, he is a member of the Indonesian delegation at a meeting of the International Coffee Organization (ICO) representing Indonesia Coffee Exporters Association (GAEKI), member of the Strategic Market Operations Committee (CSMO) of the limited International Consortium (IrCo) Rubber and also advisor to the Association of Indonesian Coffee Exporters (GAEKI).
Bayu Krisnamurthi is a former Vice Minister of Trade and also former Vice Minister of Agriculture.
He is known as a Indonesian coffee enthusiast and he received an honorary coffee tester. As of right now, he currently work as a Chair of Supervisory Committee of Indonesian Coffee Board. Aside from this position, he is also one of the associate professor of Agribusiness at Bogor Agricultural University.
VeronicaHerlina works profesionally in coffee since 2008 while before that she worked in F&B industry, Mining, Property and also had experiences in export import worked as well.
In coffee, she has been helping coffee stakeholders to handle specialty and sustainable coffee activities in Indonesia for quite long time and she organised the launch of the platform named SCOPI (Sustainable Coffee Platform of Indonesia).
With more than 10 years of experiences in private sector and coffee association proven to become one of her assests to better understand whole chain of coffee industry and different actors involved and to create activity and program to support coffee sustainability in Indonesia.
Working in coffee organization is part of her passion for coffee and involvement in organisation poses challenge of its own for her. She was former Executive Director of Specialty Coffee Association of Indonesia (SCAI) until late 2014 and since May 2015 She is the Executive Director of SCOPI unti now.
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.