About Us

WHO WE ARE


CCPHI is a non profit organization which promotes and facilitates partnerships among companies, NGOs, and local governments for healthy and sustainable communities

 

CCPHI team and board members have extensive experience working with organizations in all sectors on a range of development challenges including health, education, diversity, gender equality, and community development. Our experience includes training, research, network and partnership building, policy making and advising policy makers, and grassroots advocacy.

 

 

 

Dian Rosdiana, Executive Director

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dian Rosdiana has extensive experience working as a technical advisor, facilitator, trainer, advocate, and project coordinator. She has been involved with public, private, and non-profit sectors throughout Indonesia and has a thorough understanding of how to effectively use Behavior Change Communication to positively impact health.

 

Dian has worked with national and international organizations operating from the local to national levels in Indonesia on a variety of health issues, including avian influenza, reproductive health, and Youth and HIV/AIDS.

 

As a Communication Officer, she has designed and implemented communication activities that have contributed to achieving the goals and objectives of CCPHI. Dian believes that building partnerships between companies and NGOs requires a strategic approach in order to improve Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health status in Indonesia. She also believes that encouraging communities to take responsibility for creating a healthier world is key to the success and sustainability of this project.

Ananta Gondomono, Partnership Bulding Officer

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prior to joining CCPHI in March 2015, Ananta Gondomono worked as Government & Regulatory Affairs Director at IBM Indonesia, and has hold similar position as government relations professional at Intel Indonesia.


Ananta's experience in building partnership and policy advocacy have been gained when he worked at the National Democratic Institute for International Affaris (NDI), an advocacy NGO in democratization issues. Ananta also once held the position of Research and Program Director at Yayasan Pelangi Indonesia, a think tank and environmental advocacy group; and at Microsoft Indonesia as its CSR manager for education.


With his educational background in International Relations (IR), Ananta spends his spare time to facilitate lectures in global environmental issues at the IR Department of the University of Indonesia.


In his position as Partnership Building Officer at CCPHI, Ananta hopes to fully contribute in initiating potential partnership and maintaining existing ones among companies and civil society organizations, which would like to join CCPHI.

 

 

Christie Natasha, Executive Assistant

 

 

Christie Natasha has ten years of experience as an administrator for various companies in Indonesia, working on staff payroll, insurance and personnel. Her last position in the commercial sector was as Executive Secretary for a development company in 1994. Since then she has worked for international non-government organizations (NGOs) including The Futures Group where she served as administrative assistant and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communication Program where she served as Senior Program Administrator, Finance and Administrative Officer, and Program Assistant for three different projects.

 

Christie was eager to join CCPHI because of the uniqueness of this project that builds links between companies and NGOs for the betterment of women and children in Indonesia.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dessy Andriyani, Program Assistant

 

 

Dessy Andriyani has 12 years experiences as a marketing and web programmer for various companies in Indonesia and have knowledge on handling event, budgeting, web developing and system analyst. Last position as Marketing Support Specialist in telecommunication company.

 

CCPHI is her first experience to work in a non-governmental organization, a lot of things can be learned to enrich her knowledge. "It's fun and challenging" according to her.