Ridwan “Jack” GustianaBoard of Patron and Founder is a doctor and magister graduate in Public Health from Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. Ridwan has more than 10 years of experience in development, management, and implementation of Maternal & Child Health, Infectious Disease, Reproductive Health, and Nutrition programs.
He is an expert in designing people-based health programs including resource management to achieve the expected outcomes. He has vast knowledge about BCC (Behavioral Change Communication) methodology, PLA (Participatory Learning Action), and their implementation in health, nutrition, and sanitary programs. He is also a trainer of SPHERE, a minimum standard course in disaster management as well as a specialist of public health in disaster especially in infectious disease and people-based total sanitary. He is also one of specialists in disaster risk management, disaster awareness, and emergency response in IBU Foundation.
Hendro NugrohoBoard of Advisory is a doctor with specialized skill in public health and government policy in health program. He has vast knowledge about management and implementation of Maternal & child health, infectious disease, reproductive health, and nutrition programs. He serves as trustee from 2012 to present.
Rika SetiawatiChairman and Psychosocial & Early Child Development Specialist Has a background education in psychology, especially in child clinical psychology. Since 2005 she handles post-disaster psychosocial and people-based early childhood development programs.
She has qualification in project management (program and operational), therapy and counseling, writing, and participatory facilitating technique. Her dedication to therapy brought her to register intellectual property of Body Movement Integrative Approach along with some colleagues.
Brata ManggalaVice Chairman having a background in Social Welfare science. More than 10 years of experience working in national and international NGOs on child and youth issues in the areas of education, reproductive health, child protection, public health, disability, psychosocial, work readiness, and disaster management. Previously, he joined the IBU Foundation for a program to reduce the number of dengue fever events and disaster risk reduction and emergency response programs.
Kiki NoorrizkiGeneral Secretary and Human Resource Advisor has a long experience in personnel selection and HR management in formal organizational settings, made her challenged when she was offered to manage HR at IBU Foundation.
At first position as an external HR consultant in September 2018, then had the opportunity to occupy the position of General Secretary, making her involved more further in the management of human resources in the humanitarian world who can contribute in improving organizational effectiveness and job welfare for the staff and volunteers. Developing a Human Resource Management system that in line with IBU Foundation's values and being able to answer the needs of personnel in various program demands is a goal that makes it always open to learning.