Nisa Ashila Ghaisani

CAUSINDY Alumni Team - Chief Operating Officer

Shila holds a Master of Letters Degree in Curatorial Practice (Contemporary Art) from Glasgow School of Art and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Bandung Institute of Technology. She is experienced in curating art exhibitions for non-profit organisations and cultural institutions such as Hunterian Art Gallery, Dia.lo.gue Artspace and the National Gallery of Indonesia. Through her role as Programme Manager (Arts and Creative Industries) for British Council Indonesia, Shila is responsible for developing and residency programmes, producer networking, developing collaborations and co-productions between Indonesia and the UK arts sector.

Clarice Campbell

AIYA - National President

 

Clarice Campbell is currently based in Jakarta and is the current AIYA National President. She works at the Victorian Government Trade and Investment (VGTI) Office, Southeast Asia. Her main role as Director of TAFE Victoria provides her with a platform to connect Victorian vocational institutions with government agencies, industry bodies and education providers who are seeking Australian-quality education in-country. Outside of TAFE, Clarice also works across several trade-focused portfolios where she is one half of a team that focuses on provincial level partnerships with the state of Victoria.

 

 

 

Tim Flicker

CAUSINDY Alumni Team - Alumni Manager (Australia)

Tim holds a Master of Communications from RMIT, Honours in Indonesian Studies from Monash University and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Western Australia. He is passionate about the Australia-Indonesia relationship and is both an ACICIS and an AIYEP alumnus. Tim has previously travelled extensively to Indonesia for both leisure and work. He is currently working as an Alumni Relations Officer at Edith Cowan University in Perth.

Owen James

AIYA - Director of Operations

Owen James is the Director of Operations at AIYA and is a Project Manager at Fairventures Social Forestry in Palangkaraya, Kalimantan. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours)/Bachelor of Laws at the University of Sydney and has studied in both Australia and Indonesia focusing on Indonesian governance. Through his long-term academic interest in Indonesia, Owen became involved with AIYA and has worked for the organisation in various roles over the last three years including as the 2017-18 NSW Chapter President. He is a firm believer that a closer relationship between Australia and Indonesia would be immensely beneficial to both countries and is a tireless advocate for a stronger bilateral relationship.

Riskariyani Tirtawijaya

CAUSINDY Alumni Team - Alumni Manager (Indonesia)

Riska holds a Master of Arts degree in American Studies from Northwestern Oklahoma State University. She loves to learn about new cultures and involve herself in multicultural settings. Travelling and doing social activities are the ways she enjoys life. Riska has been involved as a volunteer within social communities and initiated several projects to empower children and women around coastal areas and remote islands in Indonesia. She currently works as a partnership manager for a private company in Jakarta.

Dan Trevanion

AIYA - Director of Memberships and Partnerships

Dan Trevanion is the Director of Partnerships & Memberships at AIYA and is an experienced disputes lawyer who is acting for and advising multi-national contractors on various major projects, including energy, resources and infrastructure matters. Dan has extensive knowledge in the development and financing of projects in the power, infrastructure, mining and gas sectors. Dan specialises in large scale commercial arbitration and litigation, multi-jurisdictional advisory work and Indonesia.

Jessica Sumarno

CAUSINDY Alumni Team - Alumni Officer (Australia)

Jessica is a Strategy Analyst at Monitor Deloitte in Melbourne. She holds a Bachelor of Actuarial Studies/Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) from Monash University with a minor in Indonesian Studies. She has visited Indonesia many times since a young age to visit family and developed a strong passion for learning the language and culture in high school. Throughout high school, Jess competed in several Sayembara Lisan Speaking Competitions and continued her studies in Indonesian for VCE and at university. Jess believes that there is significant potential for the Australia-Indonesia relationship to be strengthened, particularly through the next generation of leaders. In her spare time, Jess loves baking layered cakes, dog-sitting and exercising.

Citra Gantiaji

CAUSINDY Alumni Team - Alumni Officer (Indonesia)

Citra holds a degree in Pharmacy from Universitas Islam Indonesia, Yogyakarta. She currently works for the Australian Consortium for ‘In-Country’ Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) where she coordinates high-quality short term programs for Australian and other international students to study in Indonesia. Outside of work, Citra has volunteered as an AIYA Jakarta Chapter President. Citra loves learning about different cultures and working in cross-cultural workplaces. She spends most of her free time exploring Indonesia’s beautiful beaches and eating spicy food.

Charlotte Corbyn

CAUSINDY Alumni Team - Alumni Manager (Australia)

Charlotte is a Policy Officer with the Australian Department of Defence in Canberra. Charlotte holds a Bachelor of Law and Politics and International Studies with Honours from Murdoch University. In 2014, Charlotte completed a semester in Bandung, West Java, with the Australian Consortium for In-Country Indonesian Studies (ACICIS). Charlotte commenced as a graduate with the Department of Defence in 2016, and since 2019 has worked at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. She is currently completing her Masters of Law in Law, Governance and Development at the Australian National University, and has a particular interest in international law and labour rights.