Dini Indrawati Septiani

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About Dini Indrawati Septiani
  • Indonesia Representative, AVPN

Dini Indrawati Septiani was appointed AVPN Country Representative Indonesia in October 2018. She has 17 years of work experience in both non-profit and private sectors.

Prior to joining AVPN, Dini served as Associate Director of Private Philantrophy at the Nature Conservancy (TNC) Indonesia, a leading US based environmental organization focusing on promoting conservation of lands and water with operations in 72 countries. At TNC she led the fundraising efforts targeting high networth individuals and by doing so, successfully increased the awareness among Indonesia's corporate leaders on the need to contribute to conservation programs.

Previously, Dini also worked in a number of leading financial institutions in Jakarta including PT Trimegah Securities, Metlife and AIG Lippo where she was in charge of sales marketing. From 2007 to 2012 she resided in Tokyo and worked as financial consultant in Select Asset Management, a financial planning company.

Dini is also known for her strong passion in creating a positive social impact to the community as demonstrated by her numerous initiatives to develop and lead social and charity programs to help less fortunate kids in Jakarta and its surrounding cities. In the aftermath of the series of major earthquakes that hit the island of Lombok from July to August 2018, she volunteered to distribute aid to the affected areas.

Dini also has deep interest in sports, in particular running, swimming and cycling. Over the years she has participated in various Iron Man, marathon, and triathlon races all over the world including in Chicago (US), Berlin (Germany), Tokyo (Japan), Melbourne (Australia), Cebu (Philippines), Desaru (Malaysia), Bali and Bintan (Indonesia)

Dini completed her bachelor’s degree in Communication from Prof. Dr. Moestopo University in Jakarta and received her master’s degree in Psychology with the area of concentration in Social Intervention from the University of Indonesia.