Prior to joining the Blavatnik School, I spent three and a half years as a parliamentary advisor on anti-corruption at the House of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia. Besides providing advice on anti-corruption and legislative openness, I was assigned to work on GOPAC (Global Organization of Parliamentarians Against Corruption) to support the chairmanship of the Vice Speaker of the House. I have been passionate about and actively involved in this field since 2010, when I co-founded ClubSPEAK!, the first youth anti-corruption movement in Indonesia.

I was a junior policy analyst at the Ministry of National Development Planning, reviewing Open Government Indonesia for the 2015–19 National Medium-Term Development Plan, and an intern at the president's Delivery Unit for Development Monitoring and Oversight.

My main policy interest is bridging the existing gap between global commitment and national policymaking processes in developing the national anti-corruption strategy and asset recovery efforts.