OUR GIFT MAKERS
Delivering our gifts to the earth
Our team is an incredible source of information, inspiration, and dedication to everything su-re.co (Sustainability & Resilience) Gift-maker to the Earth stands for. We’re so happy to work in something that we love so much, and invite you to learn more about us below.
DR. TAKESHI TAKAMA
CEO & Founder
Takeshi leads this young think-and-do tank which aims to truly achieve a better environment and society for all of us. He makes strategic plans and decisions to make sure that projects run smoothly and effectively to support people in developing countries and solve environmental problems based on scientific analysis. He has been working as an international expert on climate change, environment and energy for nearly 2 decades, and has a PhD in Economic Geography from Oxford University.
CYNTHIA JUWITA ISMAIL
Cynthia is involved in a number of collaborative projects with international agencies e.g. EU (i.e. GreenWIN and TRANSrisk), UNIDO, UNDP and ADB. With a main focus on climate change adaptation and mitigation, she is designing for clean energy at household level. She has been working in the area of climate change as a researcher since 2012 and obtained an MSc degree in Management and Engineering of Environment and Energy from KTH Royal Institute of Technology.
FABIAN PERI WIROPRANOTO
Fabian received his BSc at the University of Twente, the Netherlands. Having done a Liberal Arts program, he has a broad background of both technical and social sciences, ranging from topics such as Environmental Policy to Cognitive Neuroscience. Now he is supporting various research projects and writing research proposals and projects related to climate change adaptation and mitigation.
Business & Event
Maya joined su-re.co's Be-Event to coordinate and manage su-re.co activities such as international workshops, company training programs, Japan field school trip, and university research visits. As of the pandemic, Maya is now working on online programs and helping the Do-Business team with the export preparation and crowdfunding.
SITI NURLAILA INDRIANI
Indri has a Master's degree in Sustainable Energy from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and a Bachelor's degree in Physics Engineering from Gadjah Mada University. She has had experience in renewable energy projects in remote areas and is now working on Indonesia's case study for the LANDMARC project, a 4-year project funded by the European Commission, and supporting proposal and report writing and other research, engineering, and educational projects.