Meet the Board Members

Behind every successful organization is an entire team of people. All willing to dedicate their time and energy to assure that the
Foundation’s projects are realized. We introduce the Board Members of Yayasan Aquila Aurea Indonesia…

Damayanti Anggraeni

Mrs. Damayanti Anggraeni comes from Jakarta. She is happily married, and a mother of one daughter. She is currently a managing director for KTB Marine Indonesia, operating a liveaboard for tourism in Eastern Indonesia. Despite her busy schedule, she finds time to dedicate to our Foundation. She was instrumental in obtaining all the necessary permission and documents to establish our Foundation. “Yanti” has spent most of her career working with non-profit organizations focusing on conservation and education. She has a special weakness for helping small babies and children. We are thrilled she now puts her energy into our Foundation.

I Gede Udik Apriadi

Gede Apriadi, a tax consultant and partner in Bali LMATS Consulting, is from North Bali. He handles all of our accounting for KTB Marine Indonesia. He offered his time and effort to help us to set up our Foundation. Once we were finally approved as a legal entity, he eagerly agreed to serve on our Advisory Board.

Mrs. Nurul

Nurul, originally from Boyolali, Java, is married with two daughters. She recently became a grandmother, as her daughter welcomed a new baby girl into the world. ‘Ibu’ Nurul has a loving heart and truly believes in the importance of education for all children. She is thus very dedicated to our project.

Mr. Yuhdi

Yuhdi was born and raised in Boyolali, Central Java. He is married and a father to two daughters. ‘Pak’ Yuhdi has extensive working experiences in many regions in Indonesia. He offers his support to our foundation and will serve as Treasurer on the board.

Drs. I Made Mangku Pastika M.M.

I Made Mangku Pastika, from Buleleng, North Bali, served as the 9th Governor of Bali. Senator Pastika was formerly the Chief of Bali Provincial Police, and Chairman of Indonesia’s National Narcotics Agency. He served as chief investigator in the 2002 and 2005 Bali bombings.

Prof. Yasonna Hamonangan Laoly SH. MSc. PhD

Yasonna Hamonangan Laoly, Minister of Law and Human Rights, comes from the remote Indonesian Island of Nias. He is the current Minister of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia. He studied law at the University of Sumatra. After earning a scholarship abroad, he relocated to the USA. He studied at Virginia Commonwealth University, and later at North Carolina State University, for his doctorate.

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