EPSP Batch 2

About EPSP Batch 2

 

Executive Program for Sustainable Partnership (EPSP) is an executive courses offered by Paramadina University, in close collaboration with CCPHI, and supported by Ford Foundation.

 


The second batch of EPSP run from May until August 2015, and participated by 17 executives representing the government, companies, and NGOs—the three key sectors of a successful and sustainable partnership. Participants of EPSP Batch 2 were expected to build partnership among those three sectors, plus the recipient communities, in order to accelerate government programs to improve the quality of livelihood within the framework of sustainable development.
 

At the end of this executive program, all participants presented their prototypes of partnership, which were program designs based on their findings in the field. The prototype presented had been designed within the framework of sustainable development. Hopefully, these prototypes would be implemented by the three key stakeholders.

 

 

 

 Participants:

 

Companies

 

  • Andi Prasetyo – Vice President, PT. Japfa Comfeed Tbk.
  • Christina Maria Theresa Juinita Senduk – Client Services Director, PT. Aimia
  • Faiza Anindita – CSV Executive, PT. Nestlé Indonesia
  • John Luis Rondangkir – Sr. Liaison Officer Community Capacity Building TPRA, PT. Freeport Indonesia
  • M. Alfatih Timur – Founder & CEO, Kitabisa.com
  • Rina Suryani – External Communications Lead, IBM Indonesia
  • Seruni Rhea Sianipar – Country Head of Corporate and Government Affairs, PT. Mondelez Indonesia
  • Verdy Abdullah – Group Leader Business Consultant & Training (Community Economic Development), PT. Freeport Indonesia


Non-Profit Organizations

  • Ananta Gondomono – Partnership Building Officer, CCPHI
  • Anindita Sitepu – Programme Director, Center for Indonesia’s Strategic Development Initiatives (CISDI)
  • Bachtarudin Gunawan – Senior Advisor, Urban Sanitation Development Program (USDP)
  • IBP Angga Antagia, Deputy Executive Director, ISD - APINDO
  • Inne Silviane – Executive Director, Yayasan Cipta Cara Padu
  • Sri Kusuma Hartani – Climate-dengue Resilience Quality Assurance, Mercy Corps Indonesia 


Government Agencies

  • Sudi Astono – Norm Occupational Health Services Section Head , Ministry of Manpower
  • Suyadi Pawiro – Head of Section, Ministry Youth and Sport
  • Yuspian – Governance Section Head, East Belitung District.

 

 

 

Resource Persons:

 

 

Bima Arya Sugiarto Ph.D – Mayor of Bogor

 

 

While running the municipal government of Bogor, Bima can still find the time to teach International Relations at Paramadina University for undergrad and grad students. In addition to being a consultant and entrepreneur, Bima is also known as a motivator: he has inspired people with innovative and creative ideas. At the age of 26, Bima obtained his Master’s degree in Development Studies from Monash University, Australia, and launched his career as lecturer with the Faculty of Social & Political Sciences, Parahyangan University, Bandung. In 2001 Bima moved to Jakarta to join Paramadina University. In 2002 he secured a doctoral scholarship from the Australian government, with which he completed his study by 2006.

 

 

 

 

 

David Hulse, Representative, Ford Foundation Jakarta Office

 

 

David Hulse, in addition to his duties as Representative in Indonesia, focuses on issues related to sexual and reproductive rights of all women and men in Indonesia by promoting better access to contraceptives and information about reproductive health. Previously, David served as Representative for Vietnam and Thailand, where his grant making focused on strengthening civil society organizations.


David has a Master in Public Policy from the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University and a BA in Earth Science and Environmental Studies from Iowa State University.

 

 

 

 

 

Dinna Wisnu, Ph.D – Director, Paramadina Graduate School of Diplomacy & Paramadina Graduate Schools

 

 

She co-founded the first graduate school of diplomacy in Indonesia at Paramadina University, “Paramadina Graduate School of Diplomacy”. She also serves as the Director of Paramadina Graduate School of Diplomacy & Director of Paramadina Graduate Schools (managing the business unit of Paramadina University).

Her area of specialization is international political economy, with focus on social welfare policies, the political economy of development, labor and industrial relations, and also diplomacy. As an academic, Dinna had been invited to teach some topic of lectures in SunKyun Hwan University and Sogang University in South Korea, Spelman College in Atlanta USA, the Indonesia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Bank of Indonesia, particularly on the topic of international political economy and diplomacy.


She writes regularly on newspapers (Seputar Indonesia every Wednesday on page 1, the Jakarta Post, Kompas and as requested by local & foreign media), speaks on TV and radios on topics related to international political economy and diplomacy, also quoted on various international media such as China’s People Daily, the Associated Press, Channel News Asia, etc.

 

 

 

 

Dorodjatun Kuntjoro-Jakti, Economist

 

 

Dorodjatun is one of the best graduates of Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia in 1964 specializing in Monetary and State Finances. He holds an MA (Financial Administration) from the University of California at Berkeley under Ford Foundation scholarship and PhD Candidate. He earned his Ph.D. with a dissertation entitled Political Economy: The Case on Indonesia under the New Order, 1966-1980. In 2003 he was awarded Doctor Honoris Causa in Management by the University of Technology Malaysia at Johor, Malaysia.

 

While serving the country, Dorodjatun was Indonesia’s Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador to the United States, Coordination Minister for Economic Affairs (Mutual Assistance Cabinet-RI). Subsequently appointed as Co-Chair Panel 45 to formulate RI positions at the 60th UN General Assembly. Members of the Advisory Board of the National Resilience Institute (LEMHANNAS RI) and held various key positions at several domestic and foreign companies in Indonesia such as; Commissioner - BTPN, Independent Commissioner - Company Insurance AIA Indonesia, PT Hero Supermarket as well as Vice President Commissioner - PT Mitra Global Maxim and remain as Professor and lecturer at UI.

 

 

 

 

 

Prof. Dr. Emil Salim – Economist, Intellectual

 

 

Prof Dr Emil Salim is a highly-respected economist, intellectual, and development guru. Emil is a recipient of the distinguished The Leader for the Living Planet Award from the World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF), the world’s most influential and largest independent conservation organization. He is also the recipient of the Blue Planet Prize in 2006 from the Asahi Glass Foundation. In 1994, when he completed his government post as State Minister of the Environment and Population, Emil and several of his colleagues, established Yayasan Keanekaragaman Hayati (Yayasan KEHATI), an NGO in the field of environmental and bio-diversity conservation.

 

 

 

Helmi Yahya – Host and Producer

 

 

 

Helmy Yahya is a host and producer of television at various local events quizzes or adaptations of quiz abroad, as well as some reality show.


In 2009 and 2010, he founded the Helmy Yahya Broadcasting Academy in Bandung, Surabaya and Jakarta.

 

 

 

 

Milawarma – President Director, PT Bukit Asam Tbk

 

 

Milawarma was appointed as President Director of PT. Bukit Asam Tbk (PTBA) in 2011. He transformed PTBA from previously a pure coal mining company into environmentally friendly energy company by developing renewable energy. Milawarma received many awards, among others: one of the Best CEO 2014 by SWA magazine (with Dunamis and Ipphos), The Best CEO Listed Company 2014 (Business Review Award), The Best Green CEO 2014 (Warta Ekonomi), The Most Inspirational CEO 2014 (Men's Obsession magazine), The Best Entrepreneur 2014 (Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Award/APEA 2014). 

 

 

 

 

 

Natalia Soebagjo – Executive Director, Center for the Study of Governance University of Indonesia

 

 

Natalia Soebagjo is the executive director of the University of Indonesia’s Centre for the Study of Governance. She is also a Board member of Transparency International and Chair of the Executive Board of TI Indonesia. Currently, she is a member of the Independent Team for Bureaucratic Reform, providing policy input to the National Steering Committee for Bureaucratic Reform, which is chaired by Boediono, the former vice-president of Indonesia.


She holds a Master of Arts degree from the University of California, Berkeley, US and also has extensive experience in the financial sector in Indonesia; she has owned and managed two securities firms and has served on various capital-market-related bodies, including a stint as chairperson of the listings committee of the Jakarta Stock Exchange

 

 

 

 

Silverius Oscar Unggul (Onte) – Founder, Yayasan Cinta Alam

 

 

Silverius Oscar Unggul, better known as Onte, is the founder of Yascita and Executive Director of JAUH (Jaringan Untuk Hutan), one of the leading NGOs working to promote community-based sustainable logging.


His idea about “konglomerasi sosial” or “social conglomeration”, a simple concept about multi-stakeholder economy, put him as one of Social Entrepreneur of The Year chosen by Ernst and Young in 2008. In 2009, Onte was elected as a Young Global Leader (YGL) from World Economic Forum, and for that, he was invited to attend their annual meeting in Davos. In 2010 Onte, through his work with Telapak, was elected as Skoll Social Entrepreneur at Skoll World Forum in Oxford. Onte was elected as Ashoka Fellow-one of the biggest network of social entrepreneurs of the world, also was appointed as Country Chair of Global Dignity Day, a global movement initiated by the Crown Prince of Norway, Haakon.


Now, Onte work together with Trisakti University to run Magister in Management in Community Entrepreneurship.

 

 

 

Gallery EPSP Batch 2

 

 

   

EPSP Day 1, Session 1: right after Paramadina University Rector Prof Firmanzah, PhD gave his welcoming remarks before EPSP participants. ©CCPHI May 2015.

 

EPSP Day 2, Session 1: all participants with Sihol Parulian Aritonang, Head of Tanoto Foundation, EPSP resource person on "Stakeholder Engagement". ©CCPHI May 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

   

EPSP participants continued the discussion with Prof Dorodjatun Kuntjoro-Jakti, PhD, following his session on “Leadership & Teamwork”. @CCPHI, May 2015

 

EPSP Day 2, Session 2: Former Minister of the Environment Prof Dr Emil Salim addressing the topic of “Sustainable Development”. ©CCPHI May 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

EPSP participants did “wefie” on Day 3, Session 2 with the Founder and Executive Director of WALHI, and President of Indonesian Consumers Foundation (YLKI), Ir Erna Witoelar after addressing the topic of “Sustainable Partnership”. ©CCPHI June 2015.

 


EPSP Day 3, Session 2: APINDO executive Sinta Sirait as a resource person to share her experience in developing "prototyping”. ©CCPHI June 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

   

Several EPSP participants during Logical Framework exercise in Project Cycle Management class. ©CCPHI June 2015.

 


EPSP Batch 2 group photo during Inauguration Day ceremony at Paramadina Graduate School, together with Prof Firmanzah (Rector of Paramadina University); Dr Mukhlas Ansori, MSi (a director at the Ministry of Research, Technology & Higher Education), and representatives of partner organizations. ©CCPHI August 2015.