Jay is also an active contributor to PwC Australia’s Asia Practice and Indonesia desk, which involves collaborating with various Indonesia-Australia organisations for joint initiatives and networking events. A recent secondment to the PwC Singapore office fuelled his ambition to focus on advising companies operating throughout the Asia-Pacific region.
She loves writing and has several years of experience in the communications, marketing, and project management area. Her passion includes communications, development, and youth, which led her to previously join Look Around Indonesia – a non-governmental organization aiming to increase Indonesian youth awareness towards their surroundings – by holding various social activities, and now she happily joins CAUSINDY to be part of the team in strengthening the bilateral relations between Australia and Indonesia.
She’s a Telecommunication Engineering graduate with full scholarship from the Indonesian Ministry of Higher Education and really passionate in digital technologies. During her time in college, she conducted extensive research on power line communications and interference reduction in telecommunication frequency where she took a part in improving Indonesian telecommunication network quality.
Sekar is currently President of AIYA (Australia-Indonesia Youth Association) Jakarta and represented Indonesia in a student exchange program in Japan.
Since then, David has participated in senior school student exchanges in Denpasar and Surabaya, studied Indonesian and Javanese Language at Universitas Gadjah Mada Yogyakarta through ACICIS, researched orangutan conservation and rehabilitation while studying at Universitas Katolik Parahyangan Bandung, and in 2017, joined the 35th Australia-Indonesia Youth Exchange Program (AIYEP) in Makassar, South Sulawesi. David advocates for the teaching of Indonesian language in his work as a Language Ambassador at Balai Bahasa Indonesia Perth (BBIP), has taught short language courses at Tranby College, and has previously held positions in pharmacy and animal keeping.
During his studies in Indonesia, David volunteered with animal welfare NGOs Animal Friends Jogja, Wildlife Rescue Centre Jogja and, as a result, would suggest that we all eat a little less meat. Joining CAUSINDY in Jakarta 2013 as a volunteer, David continued volunteering in Darwin 2014 before taking up the role of Events and Logistics Officer at our Bali 2016 conference. David looks forward to his new role as Events and Logistics Manager for CAUSINDY 2017 in Melbourne!
Dwiky holds a degree in International Relations from the Faculty of Social and Political Science at Universitas Padjadjaran. While completing his degree, he had the opportunity to study at Ball State University, Indiana, under the Study of United States Institutes (SUSI) New Media in Journalism scholarship program.
He was a delegate to CAUSINDY 2015 in Darwin. He was also member of the Indonesian delegation to the Asean Law Association General Assembly, and an awardee in the Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition. Aside from working as a lawyer, he also coaches several universities to compete in law moot court competitions.
Gabriel received a Bachelor of Law with honours from Universitas Negeri Manado. He then completed his Master of Laws (LL.M.) at Cornell Law School.
Mary Rasita works as Senior Research Executive for Kantar Millward Brown Indonesia, a market-research company that focuses on providing branding and advertising guidelines for some of the world's biggest brands through quantitative solutions. Previously, she was a Business Intelligence Analyst at MatahariMall.com- an Indonesian e-commerce company, and a Digital Strategist at bubu.com- a digital creative agency.
Mary completed a Master degree Political Communications from the University of Leeds, and a Bachelor of Arts in Politics and Communications from the University of Melbourne, where she also co-founded a print magazine called Perspektif. It has published 9 volumes since 2014. Mary first joined CAUSINDY as a delegate in 2016, before happily continuing as a team member since early 2017.