Indonesia Manager, WRI Indonesia
Adi is a Cities4Forests Indonesia Manager at WRI Indonesia and the focal point for engagement with Jakarta. He helps develop and manage overall One Map Initiative and stakeholder engagement in Indonesia and its pilot provinces. He also assists in other portfolios in Indonesia, such as Cities4Forests, GFW and Land Use Accountability.
Prior to WRI, he served as an Associate Director at the Office of the President of Indonesia, managing portfolios in low emission development and forest governance reform, such as REDD+ and One Map Movement. Previous to this, he joined Teach for Indonesia and worked in the Fast Moving Consumer Goods and Oil & Gas industries.
Adi completed his graduate study in public policy from Duke University and fulfilled his International Development certification last summer in Rajashtan, India. Adi holds a B.Sc. in Management and a B.Eng. Electrical Engineering.
Adi loves to be around nature, whether it’s hiking the mountain, reading on the beach, or having a picnic in the park. In his free time, he likes to play the 70s soft-rock songs in his acoustic guitar and tries to write more in his blog.