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Full Name Devin Maeztri
Interests campaign, climate change, community, culture, education, environment, event organizing, development, marketing, networking, non-profit, project management, public policy, team work
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I’ve been around cruising a non-linear pathway. Environment and education are mainly the topics that keep me busy. In the last five years, I completed a couple of rewarding assignments. Firstly, I worked on a sustainable transport project aiming at improving the urban transport system in Indonesia. Secondly, I worked on a campaign aiming at building people powered environmental movement to drive the energy transition toward 100% renewable energy in Indonesia.

Now I am looking for new opportunities – trying different things and meeting new people! I am very much up for learning and experiencing everything that can bring positive impacts to people’s life. I enjoy exchanging ideas to find solutions and work with genuine people who are passionate and willing to do their best. So, I always challenge myself, and the people I work with to do our best and bring meaning to everything we do.

I am quite an eclectic person. I was born and grew up in Jakarta which has exposed me to the dynamic of an urban socio-ecological system. And I am always passionate about the relationships between humans and our environment. I went on 2-week volunteering program to Komodo Island which was an eyeopening experience, more than just trapping the komodo dragons and measuring their size! I went on a student exchange program to Japan two times, and I also received another scholarship to do my Master’s at The University of Melbourne, Australia. I believe, these experiences have influenced my perspective in seeing the world and my vision of the person I aspire to be.

I am good at influencing, motivating and gravitating people toward me. I am also quite meticulous which allows me to bring tasks around organising activities and reporting to a different level. So, if you are looking for someone who is committed, driven and enthusiastic about making a difference, drop me a line!

Letters of Recommendation

GIZ

The University of Melbourne

Bogor Agricultural University

Skills

Climate Change
Community Engagement
Environmental Education
Environmental and Public Policy
Event Organizing
Intercultural Learning
International Cooperation
Project Management
Strategic Communication
Urban Sustainability

Work

Dec. 2016 - Sep. 2018
Indonesia Campaigner

350.org

Built community led distributed Fossil Free Indonesia campaign and people powered climate movement by driving a just and fast transition towards 100% renewable energy. Built volunteer bases and partnerships to support Fossil Free campaign across Indonesia. Developed Fossil Free Indonesia campaign strategy. Organised offline engagement and events, namely Global Divestment Mobilization, EACLC#3 in Taiwan, Fossil Free Indonesia Launch #pilihyangbersih, global day of action “Rise for Climate”, and Climate Rangers volunteer engagement programs.


April 2016 - Nov. 2016
Corporate Sustainability Manager

PT Indofood Sukses Makmur Tbk

Responsible for stakeholders engagement and communication related activities, including reporting and governance matters.


May 2013 – March 2016
Advisor for Transport and Climate Change

GIZ, Sustainable Urban Transport Improvement Project

Partnered with government agencies to advance policymaking. Advocated government policies and guidelines. Facilitated knowledge transfer between relevant ministries; and to local governments. Promoted government and public initiatives. Ensured policy communication between central and local governments. Analysed political and governance arena. Interpreted technical knowledge to policy documents. Organized training to disseminate best practices and lessons-learned. Coordinated transport and climate change activities with extensive coverage in urban development. Showcased experiential learning to ensure the training to be engaging and make an impact on participants. Coordinated a study on transport planning in Bali, which also discusses the role of tourism and cultural influences in transport planning. Organised national events such as a National Workshop on Sustainable Urban Transport, and workshops on 2015-2019 National Medium-Term Development Plan (RPJMN) in collaboration with Directorate of Transportation, Bappenas. Contributed to various publication such as Planning Guidance on Urban Mobility in Indonesia, Toolkit for Urban Mobility in Indonesia, National Framework on Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) specifically on urban transport, and other collaborative documents such as project outline on urban transport for NAMA Facility funding scheme, inception report for RPJMN III 2015-2019 on urban transport, Technical Guideline for Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting of the local mitigation actions (PEP RAD GRK) in urban transport.


Jun. 2011 – Apr. 2013
Country Officer

The University of Melbourne, Indonesia Office

Amplified recruitment and admission activities using personal experiences as scholarship recipient and alumna of the University of Melbourne. Counselled students from year 7 (seven), mature students and parents about studying overseas. Delivered international profile of University of Melbourne and Trinity College Foundation Studies by working with alumni, education agents, sponsorship/scholarship bodies and schools in Indonesia. Improved educational counsellors, through day-to-day support and periodic trainings. Established and administered University of Melbourne Indonesia Office Facebook Page as part of communication strategy.


Sep. 2010 – May 2011
Research Analyst

Nanyang Technological University, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies

Organized Symposium on Inter-state Water Conflicts in Southern Asia in February 2011. Designed and conducted research on climate vulnerabilities and adaptation in three Southeast Asian megacities (Bangkok, Jakarta and Manila). Designed and conducted research on food security and Reduced Emissions through Deforestation and Forest Degradation, and organized field visit to Jambi. Produced rostered web-based magazine and blogs for Centre for Non-Traditional Security (NTS) Studies. Researched various issues on food and environmental security, including climate change politics and governance, in particular about the community resilience in urban environment.


Jun. 2010 – Sep. 2010
Country Officer

The University of Melbourne, Indonesia Office

Assisted the Country Manager in working with alumni, representatives and other key partners to build and maintain the international profile of the University and the Trinity College Foundation Studies program.


Oct. 2009 – Feb. 2010
Social Specialist Assistant

RTI Indonesia, Millennium Challenge Corporation Indonesia

Designed public consultation. Liaised with stakeholders to identify needs and public initiatives. Designed concept for MCC Compact Program proposal. Identified social impact strategy to safeguard the implementation of MCC Compact Program.


Mar. 2009 – Jun. 2009
Research Officer Assistant

The University of Melbourne, Victorian Eco Innovation Lab

Arranged Sustainable Cities Round Table Seminar for Victorian Eco-Innovation Lab. Explored community initiatives, which promote urban agriculture and sustainability in Melbourne. Promoted to Casual Office Assistant for Victorian Eco-Innovation Lab and supervised an intern. Administered Victorian Eco- Innovation Lab websites, Sustainable Melbourne and Sustainable Cities Net, as environment and sustainability hub.


Dec. 2007 – Jun. 2009
AusAID On-Arrival Peer Support Assistant

The University of Melbourne, International Student Services

Served as a mentor to assist new Australia Awards students from various Asian Countries, such as Indonesia, Laos, Pakistan, and the Philippines, whose age ranges from 25 to 35 years old, on their pre-arrival and on-arrival arrangements, including getting to know the University of Melbourne, the City of Melbourne and sharing some tips to experience the best of living as a student in Australia.


Apr. 2005 – Jun. 2007
Environmental Education Staff

Peduli Konservasi Alam Indonesia Foundation

Consolidated programs, project proposals and publication for environmental education activities to advocate biodiversity conservation in urban area. Coordinated school-based environmental education program in Bekasi, Bogor and Jakarta; designed learning activities with Insect Museum and Fresh Water Aquarium Center, engaged elementary, junior and high school students and promoted environmental conservation. Advised and facilitated SDN Pakujajar Cipta Bina Mandiri in Sukabumi to compete in the 1st Adiwiyata Environmental School nationwide competition and accomplished to win first prize in 2007.


Feb. 2005 – Mar. 2005
Secretary to General Manager & Japanese Interpreter

PT. SANYO Industries Indonesia

Interpreted the communication between General Manager and Indonesian staff, organised administrative matters including setting up meetings with suppliers and served as Interpreter and Translator for all divisions.


Sep. 2004 – Nov. 2004
General English Teacher for Employee

Global Education Course

Demonstrated high quality teaching skills for employee based on a course curriculum and developed tailored activities catering specific needs of the students.


Apr. 2004 – Sep. 2004
Officer

PT. Sahala Consulting

Assisted Sahala Consulting and administered office duties including finance, procurement and training for new staff.


Education

2007 – 2009
University of Melbourne

Master of Environment

Areas of study: Development, Education, Governance, Policy and Communication, Sustainable Cities, Sustainable Regions

Activities and Societies: Postgraduate Environment Network, Indomelb


1998 – 2004
Bogor Agricultural University

Bachelor of Agriculture, Landscape Architecture

Awarded a scholarship to University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan for one year.

Thesis: A study on urban agriculture using a questionnaire and field observation to identify the existing landscape of urban agriculture of Kampung Banjarsari in Jakarta Selatan which proved that urban agriculture has a role in conserving urban biodiversity.


Journey

Menara BCA, Jalan MH Thamrin, Menteng, Special Capital Region of Jakarta, Indonesia

University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria, Australia

Nanyang Technological University Singapore

Institut Pertanian Bogor Dramaga, Babakan, Bogor, West Java, Indonesia

University of the Ryukyus Library, Minamiuebaru, Nishihara, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan

Tokyo Metropolitan Kunitachi High School, 4 Chome-25-1 Higashi, Kunitachi, Tokyo, Japan