The New Indonesia: Vision for the Future
With the largest economy in Southeast Asia, vast resources, rich diversity, and a population of young, dynamic, and digital-savvy population, Indonesia represents enormous opportunities for global relations and commerce. Nevertheless, the role and potential of Indonesia in an increasingly interconnected world have often been overlooked and underrated.
The event will feature a panel discussion with ANU alumni, who will examine the bright future for Indonesia, share their optimism and highlight challenges across public, private, and non-profit domains, and define the place of the nation in the global community.
Food stalls and refreshments will be provided following the event whilst you network.
Dr Lili Yang Ing is the Lead Advisor to the Minister of Trade of Indonesia. She is also the Founder of the 'Indonesian Economy', a society of economists around the world who work on the Indonesian economy and dedicate themselves for the better Indonesia. Dr Ing served as a Senior Advisor on Trade and Investment at the President's Office of Indonesia from 2015 to 2016. She was previously a Senior Economist at Economic Research Institute for ASEA and East Asia, and an Economist at the World Bank. Dr Ing edited and published a number of books and articles on the Indonesian economy and trade policy as well as the evolution of world trade and trading networks in Southeast Asia. Dr Ing obtained her PhD on International Trade from The Australian National University in 2009, where she was awarded the 'Promising Young Economist' by the Pacific Trade and Development Forum, and she was the Best and the Fastest Honour Graduate of Gadjah Mada University in 1999.
Gracia J.J. Mambrasar (Billy) is a sustainability Specialist for BP Global Projects Organization. He is also the Founder and CEO of Kitong Bisa Foundation, focusing on entrepreneurial education field in eastern Indonesia since 2009. Billy has been invited to speak in national and international conferences (including in the UN Youth Assembly), advising the Ministries, national development agencies, and international non-profit organizations on development approaches to education. Billy is currently studying Master of Science in Business in Oxford University. He previously completed an MBA degree from the Australian National University in 2015 with an Australia Awards Scholarship and participated in the 2015 Professional Fellowship Program in Washington DC and Chicago hosted by the United States Department of State.
Ahmad Fauzie Nur is the Director of Operations of PT Kawasan Industri Wijayakusuma (KIW) (Persero) since April 2018 and Commissioner of PT Putra Wijayakusuma Sakti. He held various leadership positions including Department Head at Strategy & Performance Management Group at PT Bank Syariah Mandiri and Marketing & Business Development Division Head at PT Jakarta Industrial Estate Pulogadung. He won the Indonesia Future Business Leader Award 2018 from SWA Magazine and successfully brought PT KIW (Persero) to winning 5 Awards categories in the BUMN Marketeers Award 2019 organized by Markplus, Inc. Fauzie completed his Bachelor of Economics majoring in Management (Finance) from the University of Indonesia in 2004 and Master of Business (Accounting) from The Australian National University in 2008.
Dr Moekti Prasetiani Soejachmoen is currently Chief Economist of PT Danareksa (Persero) and Head of Danareksa Research Institute. With over 20 years of experience in finance, international trade, micro and macroeconomics and development economics at academia as well as development level, she began her career as a researcher in 1993 and joined PT Danareksa Persero in April 2019. Prior to that, she was Head of Mandiri Institute and works with the National Team for Poverty Alleviation under the Vice President Office and several international institutions. To date, Dr Soejachmoen has conducted comparative studies published on a range of topics including free trade, economic partnership agreements in ASEAN countries, and global production networks. She completed her Ph.D. in Economics from the Australian National University in 2012. She holds master's degree in Economics from University of California Davis (1998) and a bachelor's degree in Economics from University of Indonesia (1992).