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.
Director and Founder
Nick is Director and Founder of Tulodo. He has over 20 years’ experience working with government, business, university, nonprofit and multilateral organizations. Nick is passionate about people centered solutions and creative partnerships. He has managed and advised multi-million dollar programs and teams focused on health, sanitation, governance and energy issues throughout the Asia Pacific and Australia, as well as in Africa and the Americas. He is also Research Associate in the School of Public Health at the University of Sydney, where his research interests include sanitation, clean cookstoves, behaviour change and marketing. Nick has a PhD (University of Sydney) in behavior change, MBA (Deakin), Bachelor of Asian Studies (ANU), and he studied at Indonesia’s Universitas Gadjah Mada.
Heribertus Rinto Wibowo
Heri is Research Specialist for Tulodo. 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.
Kanya is the Communication and Creative Officer for Tulodo. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Gadjah Mada University. She has a passion for community service and recently served in Papua, where she taught art to indigenous kids. Kanya enjoys working towards social change, particularly in the area of conservation and climate change. Her specialization as a graphic designer/illustrator has enabled her to work on many aspects of nonprofit projects and campaigns. Kanya is also active working as an volunteer for some NGOs as an illustrator, as well as Ambassador for a youth organization. Together with an inspiring group of people, she works to promote the relevance of issues such as education through youth empowerment.
Ade Ayu Kartika
Community Engagement Officer
Ade Ayu is the Community Engagement Officer at Tulodo. She graduated from Communication Studies – Diponegoro University. Ade is passionate about social behavior change and believes that education and youth sectors play significant role to make a better future. This drives her to initiate a social education program in her hometown, Purwokerto and joined several volunteering activities. Prior to Tulodo, Ade was an education facilitator placed in remote areas, where she collaborated with youth communities and local government to make school and learning experience more fun and progressive. She is also experienced working in several Corporate Society Responsibility Projects as Program Facilitator and Assistant Project Leader.
Places where you can find her is in the bookshops or libraries – since she loves reading books. What she enjoys the most is having conversation – since she is a great listener to people’s stories, especially when people sharing about what they are passionate about.
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.
Muslimah Nur Islami
Finance and Administration Manager
Ima is the Finance & Administration Manager for Tulodo. She received her masters degree in finance from Hult International Business School in London and has a bachelor degree in accounting from President University in Jakarta. Prior to Tulodo, she worked as a lecturer at President University where she received an award for the best female lecturer in accounting in 2017. Ima is deeply passionate about finance and accounting. Her specialization gave her the drive to start her own business, a small coffee shop in Balikpapan. She also enjoys being a tarot card reader since she is a great listener, especially when people share their problems and what they face in life. Prior to Tulodo, she worked as a finance manager at Warung Pintar.
Finance and Administration Officer
Yuni is the Finance and Administration 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.