Our Indonesian alumni who have studied at our Australian and Malaysian campuses have gone on to become CEOs, ambassadors, heads of divisions across multinational companies, entrepreneurs, and among the top tiers of government.
Our alumni network is highly engaged. Our alumni relationship team connects and builds Monash relationships with industry and government. Their individual successes are our collective successes, and we’re proud to share some of their stories here. If you’d like to reconnect with other Indonesian alumni and share your own story, please contact Gusti (Didi) Reynaldie, International Alumni Manager.
Dr Irvan Bastian Arief
Associate Vice-President of Data Science at tiket.com
Dr Irvan Bastian Arief is a leading digital executive and strategist, and the creator of the RUP and DA-HOC machine learning algorithms.
News anchor, communications, media, government affairs and sustainability specialist
Valerina Daniel is a prominent journalist, environment ambassador in Indonesia, and a former advisor to the Indonesian Minister of Tourism for sustainable tourism development.
Head of Arts and Creative Industries, British Council Indonesia
Camelia Harahap is the Head of Arts and Creative Industries at British Council Indonesia. While pursuing her academic qualifications, Ms Harahap served as an international contributor to publications across Indonesia and the Southeast Asian region.
Professor Muliaman Hadad
Indonesian Ambassador to Switzerland and Liechtenstein
Professor Muliaman Hadad began his 25-year career at Indonesia’s Central Bank in 1984, developing a track record as an accomplished business strategist, progressing to the role of deputy governor from 2006-2012.
Entrepreneur, management consultant, investor, venture capitalist
A former Monash University international student, Jefrey Joe is co-founder and managing partner of venture capital company Alpha JWC Ventures, which has invested in more than 30 technology startups in Southeast Asia.
When Ana Surjanto returned to Indonesia in 2018, after completing her Master of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), she took footy with her.