Jake Turvey


Jake is an international project officer and PATHWAYS Lead for CAUSINDY with a history of working within research and the international aid and development industry. He is skilled in public health research, program management, as well as cross-cultural communication. He has a keen interest in issues of social justice, health equality and translating evidence-based research into proactive policy. Since 2016, Jake has studied and worked throughout Indonesia, and, now based back in Perth, is currently completing a Master of Public Health in Infectious Disease Control at UNSW. He has a Bachelor of Arts (International Aid & Development) from Murdoch University and a Bachelor of Science (Public Health & Social Law) from UWA.

Clarice Campbell

AIYA National President


Clarice is the National President of AIYA and the Lead Adviser, Skills for IA-CEPA ECP Katalis at Cardno. She is an alumnus of several Australia-Indonesia programs including AIYEP and the Victorian Government Hamer Scholarship. She is a graduate of Monash University, majoring in Indonesian Studies and Linguistics. She is based in Jakarta and endeavours to provide opportunities for young people within the bilateral relationship.

Raihansyah Ramadhan


Raihansyah is a newly appointed PATHWAYS Officer who has been exposed to the Australia-Indonesia relationship ever since pursuing a Master of Business Information Systems at Monash University, and he has remained involved to this day. He currently works at a media company in Jakarta as an IT business analyst. Raihansyah is passionate about studying international relations, especially after joining several Model United Nation conferences.

Joe Cruickshank

AIYA Director of Communications

A graduate of Economics and Geography from the University of Sydney, Joe became involved with AIYA in 2018 while he was completing an exchange semester at Universitas Indonesia in Jakarta. After completion of his studies at UI he completed several internships and spent his time travelling across Indonesia. As the current Director of Communications for AIYA National, he is passionate about everyday stories of the Australia-Indonesia relationship through communications content.

Theresia Theofanny


Theresia is an undergraduate psychology student at Universitas Indonesia. Having an interest in cross-cultural studies, Theresia loves seeking opportunities that enable her to meet and learn about people from various backgrounds, hence her extensive involvement in various affairs related to international relations. As a PATHWAYS Officer for CAUSINDY, Theresia is committed towards ensuring that mentors and mentees complete the program with the most insightful experience possible.

Kirby Taylor

AIYA Partnerships Officer

Kirby is currently the National Partnerships Officer at AIYA. Last year she participated in the Pathways program as a mentee and found it extremely beneficial and rewarding. Kirby works at the Australian Department of Education, Skills and Employment and is pursuing a Master of Diplomacy at ANU.

She previously partook in the Australian Embassy’s Postgraduate Internship Program in Jakarta and has interned at the United Nations Information Centre, also in Jakarta, as part of her Bachelor of International Studies degree at RMIT. Kirby completed a semester of study at Universitas Gadjah Mada as part of the ACICIS Flexible Language Immersion Program which was supported by a Victorian Government Hamer Scholarship. 

Kirby is passionate about the opportunities a strong, multi-faceted Australia-Indonesia relationship offers to both countries and hopes to remain actively engaged in strengthening relations for many years to come.