Tulodo’s people are curious problem-solvers with integrity who make us a unique organization. Our team has the client service, results focus and creativity of a marketing agency. We provide the expertise, research and capability development of a university. And we bring the social focus, community and passion of a non-profit organization.
Yulida is President Director of Tulodo, where she leads the organization and specializes in policy, education, early childhood development, capacity building, women’s care labour, youth development, evaluation, and qualitative inquiries. Yulida has 20 years of working in the development sector with universities, governments, non-governmental, inter-governmental and multilateral organizations. In 2020, Yulida assisted UNFPA and Indonesia’s major social ministries in the development of a national action plan for improving adolescent health and wellbeing (2021-2025). Also in 2020, she was appointed as principal investigator for a school principals’ leadership study with the Ministry of Education and Culture. Internationally, Yulida led the development of ASEAN’s work plan on education 2021-25, supporting member states, and engaging global and regional organizations. In 2015, Yulida became an adviser for the child-friendly city program with the City Council of Bath, UK. Yulida’s qualifications include her PhD in education (University of Auckland), Master of Social Sciences (National University of Singapore), Post-Graduate Diploma in Governance, Democratization, and Public Policy (Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University Rotterdam), and Undergraduate degree in International Relations (Universitas Indonesia)
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Heri is Deputy Director for Tulodo, where he manages projects, research, business development and partnerships. He has a background in health sciences and customer service, with a strength in quantitative data analysis. He is passionate about the science of health promotion, with research interests in tobacco control and nutrition. He participated in the AIESEC Global Passport Program in Vietnam and helped organize community projects in Perth through the John Curtin Weekend Program. Prior to Tulodo, he worked as a tutorial teacher at Sanata Dharma University and in customer service for Nutrifood. He completed a Master of Public Health at Curtin University, Western Australia and has a bachelor’s degree in pharmacy.
Juli is Program Manager for Tulodo, where she manages projects, capacity building and research. She has managed program of different sizes and complexity focused on education, agriculture, youth development, sustainability, and employee wellbeing solutions. Works that inspire her most has centered on the human element. Her interest in human development has drawn her to be a teacher in the early years of her career, which she later broadened into both in-school and out-of-school education initiatives with UNICEF and UNESCO. Juli is fascinated with human behaviour and the use of data as a driving force to convey insight through actionable stories.
User Experience and Communication Officer
Kanya is the User Experience and Communication Officer for Tulodo. Her responsibilities in Tulodo include developing data visualization to explain complex scientific research, to graphic design, content plans and creative materials. She also also manages social media communities. She enjoys developing tools for local communities, testing prototypes and conducting co-design research with local communities, where she integrates a human centered approach with designing for clients’ strategic needs and aspirations. Her specialization has been applied to produce toolkits for education, health and sanitation. She is passionate about blending creative and analytical thinking to simplify complex challenges, develop elegant solutions and craft powerful stories.
Muliani is Research Officer at Tulodo. Muliani completed her masters and bachelor degrees in public health from Hasanuddin University in Makassar, focusing on epidemiology. Muliani has substantial experience with quantitative and qualitative data analysis. Muliani prefers quantitative research, utilizing various data analysis technologies. Muliani has undertaken research for various domestic and foreign donors. She particularly likes research which aims to meet the needs of children and adolescents in Indonesia. Several research interests of hers are child marriage, immunization, sexual and reproductive health, infectious diseases, and health policy.
Project Officer – Bone
Ridwan is Project Officer with Tulodo, with an education background in organization development, management and leadership in public organizations. Ridwan is passionate about community development, especially building capacity to improve the welfare of society through increased livelihoods. Before working with Tulodo, Ridwan was a youth livelihood facilitator, working in transmigration areas of Kalimantan. He was also a community development facilitator working with cocoa farmers in South Sulawesi. Prior to that he has had extensive experience working with NGOs that focus on child protection and household livelihood programs.
Senior Finance Officer
Yuni is the Senior Finance Officer for Tulodo. She graduated from the economic studies program at Trisakti School of Management. Yuni is passionate about social and behavior change and has a passion for community development projects. Yuni is constantly involved in social projects, particularly in the area of literature, as she wants to help and motivate children to read. She believes children are a national asset and together we must protect and provide a good education. Prior to Tulodo, she worked as a finance officer at Warung Pintar.
Ajrina Zienitta Bakhri
Ajrina is an Accounting Officer for Tulodo. Before working with Tulodo, she has an experience with public accountant firm as an auditor and handling a lot of clients for audit efficiency. Ajrina has a strong accounting professional with a Bachelor’s degree focused in Accounting from Perbanas Institute. Ajrina is passionate about human behavior and social issues. Being part of Tulodo, she believed she could work in an environment which encourages her to grow professionally where she can utilize her skill and knowledge appropriately.