Anissa is a full-time health researcher in the National Institute of Health Research and Development, Ministry of Health. She finished her Bachelor of Public Health from the University of Indonesia in 2009, and later completed her Master of International Public Health from the University of Sydney, Australia, in 2015. She has been awarded Australia Awards Scholarship for her Master degree, and currently been awarded StuNed scholarship for her next course work in Netherland this year. Having interest in reproductive, maternal and child health, she has experienced assisting health surveys and conducting independent projects from ideation to execution. She is also able to undertake quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis as well as to produce nationally-recognised publications and research papers.