Hana Satriyo is deputy country representative for The Asia Foundation in Indonesia, where she is responsible for oversight of the day-to-day operations of the office. She is actively involved in all areas of the Foundation’s operations, including financial, administrative, and personnel management, as well as overseeing program development. Hana is a senior development professional with over twenty years of experience in developing and managing programs in Indonesia.
Hana Satriyo joined the Foundation in 1998 as a program officer, and previously served as director for the Gender and Women’s Participation and Environmental Governance programs. A development professional, her areas of expertise include environmental and local governance, decentralization, gender equality, human rights, and legislative development.
Her publications include ‘Pushing the Boundaries: Women in Local Government’ in Edward Aspinal and Marcus Meitzner (eds), Problems of Democratization in Indonesia, (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asia Studies, 2010).
Education: Master’s degree in International Politics of Asia, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, United Kingdom; First Degree in International Relations, Padjadjaran University, Bandung, Indonesia.