She currently studies Global Politics at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), with full support from the Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education. The dynamics of civil society, and the intersection between development and humanitarian issues constitute the bulk of her academic interests. In 2015, she was honoured as Valedictorian of both the International Relations Department and Faculty of Social and Political Science of Universitas Indonesia.
From the tender age of 15, inspired by her diplomat grandfather, she has developed a concern for gender equality and political representation. She was democratically elected as Student Body President in Junior and Senior High School, and later found varsity Model United Nations (MUN) the perfect platform to further pursue her passion for politics, public speaking, and drafting. Her MUN achievements include Best Delegate and Chair of the European International MUN, and Assistant Chair for Harvard World MUN. In November 2015, she was named one of ‘McKinsey’s Young Leaders for Indonesia’. The academia, through which she can play a role in knowledge production and policymaking, is where she aspires to build her career. In addition to being active as a Teaching and Research Assistant in Universitas Indonesia between 2014 and 2016, her love for education also found expression through the opportunity to be an MUN coach and mentor for IndonesiaMengglobal. She has also co-written and published 2 academic books on International Relations. To cool off and strike a healthy balance, cooking, traveling and binge-watching are her choice of activities.