A senior advisor for Mazars Starling Resources, who has more than 15 years of experience in natural resource management, community-based planning, forest conservation and sustainable-forest management.
Ms. Darwina Wijayanti
The Executive Director of LEAD Indonesia, an NGO specializing in capacity-building programs for leadership in sustainable development through holistic frameworks.
Gayatri Reksodihardjo-Lilley is the founder of Yayasan LINI. She is a pioneer in marine conservation and sustainable fisheries work in Indonesia, with a long history of working with various International and local organizations, and with the Indonesian government.
Yunaldi is one of the very few experienced Indonesian fisheries scientists, specializing in reef monitoring, fish identification and reef survey methodologies. Born in West Sumatra, he holds a Masters degree the Udayana University, Bali. Yunaldi has a long history of working with Indonesian NGOs and he holds a Diving Instructor certificate from ADS International.
Andre Ali Mustain
Born in Banyuwangi, Andre Ali Mustain received his Masters degree from the Udayana University in Bali. His fields of expertise include community development, reef surveys and monitoring. Andre holds an Dive Master certificate from ADS. He is our Fisheries Improvement Project (FIP) Coordinator for Banda Handline Yellowfin Tuna Fishery, which completed MSC full-assessment in 2020. In 2021, the fishery received MSC eco-label certification.
Made Partiana is a professional marine ornamental fish collector, based in North Bali . He has been one of LINI’s key trainers SINCE 2006 and has trained over 200 fellow collectors in the use of non-destructive fishing techniques throughout the Indonesian archipelago. Made is also a keen diver and assists LINI’s scientists in conducting fish surveys and monitoring.
Ron Lilley is originally from the UK, and now lives in Bali. He has travelled extensively throughout Indonesia, and has worked with a number of conservation NGOs. He assists LINI in proposal writing, proofreading and the production of publications, articles and papers in English for the media and specialist magazines. He also helps in developing outreach materials for the public, schools and volunteers,and gives presentations for LINI to the public. Ron has a Masters degreee in Conservation Biology, and is also a keen photographer of reptiles and invertebrates.
Eveline Kurniati joined LINI as volunteer in 2014 to assist with various field works, including social economic surveys for traditional fisheries in North Bali, South an South East Sulawesi. After 4 months volunteering, Eveline joined LINI as a staff to assist in the development of our community aquaculture initiative for the marine ornamental trade, working with fishers in a Balinese fishing village. Completed a Master Degree from James Cook University Australia, currently, she is responsible in managing LINI programs. She also takes part in UNDP consultancy (2020-2021) to assist National Tuna and Large Pelagic Longline Fisheries Improvement Project implementation.
Ni Kadek Sugiarti Dewi
Prior to joining LINI, Ni Kadek Sugiarti Dewi was a trainee at PT Taspen, and Public Account Gunarsa. She completed her Bachelor Degree from accounting faculty, Mahasaraswati University. She is our Finance Manager, who is in charge of reviewing our financial reports, monitoring accounts and prepareing financial forecasts.
Ngurah Agung is responsible for finance and administration in LINI. He was born in Klungkung, Bali, and graduated from the Faculty of Accountancy in STIE YKPN Yogyakarta. Before LINI, he worked for various Banks, Hoteliers and Restaurants in Bali. Besides organizing finance and administration for the organization, Ngurah, who holds an open water dive certificate, also conducts basic business and household finance training sessions for fishermen’s groups and women’s groups
Khalis Dwi Hibatullah
Khalis Dwi Hibatullah started to help LINI, when he was intern with our handline tuna Fisheries Improvement Project (FIP) in Banda Islands. He spent 6 months in 2016 to study the distribution of sea surface temperature and chlorophyll – a concentration on a spatio-temporal to forecast potential yellowfin tuna fishing grounds. This was part of his first degree research at the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science, Padjadjaran University, Bandung. Prior to joining LINI, Khalis helped field survey on the turtle trade and conservation in many parts of Indonesia. He is now with LINI as an Octopus Program Manager that take place in Banggai Island and Selayar.
Egi Priyadi Pamungkas
Egi Priyadi Pamungkas graduated from Marine Science Faculty of Padjajaran University, is a former LINI’s intern back in 2018. His enthusiasm in marine ecosystem exposes him to many experiences in marine conservation related such as coral health monitoring, underwater clean up, artificial reef building and conservation training in Bali, Kepulauan Seribu and Raja Ampat. He is certified trainer of Reef Check Eco-diver. In 2021, he is officially part of LINI team as Banggai Project Coordinator. He assists LINI in the implementation of community-based marine-coastal management in Banggai Island.
Muhammad Iqbal Kenedi
Muhammad Iqbal Kenedi started the journey with LINI as research student from Soedirman University in 2019. He examined reef fish biomass and density in our reef restoration site in North Bali for his thesis research. Graduated in the following year, he decided to back in North Bali, continued to assist our community-based restoration program. While doing that, he also took part in internship program with Ocean Pulse as a content creator and writer. Now, he is Project Coordinator in Selayar, assisting LINI in improving Octopus data Management on field.
Nyka was a LINI intern at LINI Aquaculture and Training Centre (LATC) for almost five months in 2017. She assisted us to develop and implement our school education program. She graduated from a faculty of Biology of the Gajah Mada University, Yogyakarta in 2017. Nyka is also an artist, and runs her own art company called Travelart. Nyka joined LINI in 2018, to manage our training and education program at LATC.
I Gede Surya Risuana
I Gede Surya Risuana AKA Surya is a Balinese who started as Intern with LINI in November 2016. He was tasked to conduct reef monitoring in the house reefs of LINI Aquaculture and Training Centre at desa Les, Buleleng, Bali. In the beginning of June 2017, Surya joined LINI as a staff to assist our Octopus fishery and conservation program in Banggai Laut District Central Sulawesi. While in Banggai, Surya conducted survey and monitoring of the endemic species of Banggai Cardinalfish. In 2020, he manages database of all LINI’s projects. Prior to joining LINI, Surya participated in the survey of the impact of micro plastic towards the wellbeing of Pari Manta in Nusa Penida with Marine Megafauna foundation (MMF). Surya graduated from Faculty of Marine Science, Udayana University, Bali.