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.
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 and South-East Sulawesi. After 4 months volunteering, Eveline Joined LINI as a staff to assist in the development of our community aquaculture initiative for 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 has also consulted with various institutions and organisations, including: World Bank, UNDP, University of Sussex and PT Creative Action Tank.
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 joined LINI in 2018, to manage our training and education program at LATC. Under qualification from BRIN and LSP, she is qualified as assessor to conduct assessment on reef fish biodiversity in 2021. Nyka is also an artist, and runs her own art company called Travelart.
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