Talitha Amalia

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About Talitha Amalia
  • Director, Education and Development, Solve Education!
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Talitha is Director, Education and Development at Solve Education!, a nonprofit organisation that creates educational technologies aimed at developing young people’s hunger for learning and prepare them for the workforce of the future. 

At Solve Education!, she facilitates collaboration between education and technology experts to conduct educational research and develop Solve Education! core curriculum. The curriculum is designed specifically for Solve Education!’s target beneficiaries--primarily the ASIA's most disadvantaged young people. In addition, she manages and monitors outcome measures and evaluation procedures for the programmes run by the organisation. She is also responsible for building and strengthening relationships with other critical collaborative partners such local communities and professional networks across the region. On top of that, she performs additional duties designated by CEO to achieve the success of programmes and meet the mission of Solve Education!

Talitha is an example of grit and resilience. Growing up in a small industrial village in West Java, Indonesia, where her family could barely afford education for her, didn’t kill her motivation to learn. For her, education has always been her refuge. Because of her hard work and determination, she was granted different scholarships to finish her education. She was awarded a Bank Central Asia Scholarship to complete her undergraduate degree in English Literature from the Indonesia University of Education. A couple of years upon completing her BA, she was granted the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship to teach the Indonesian language at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa. She then continued her study in London in the following year. The Indonesian government fully funded her master's degree in Education and International Development at the University College London through the Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education Scholarship.