Rani has more than 10 years of experience working with various international organizations in different issues and areas. She particularly excels at building and managing relationships with different stakeholders including local and national governments as well as international donors.
Her early career in the non-profit sector brought her to Alor and West Sumba in East Nusa Tenggara, Buol District in Central Sulawesi, and Asmat in Papua on emergency health projects for MSF Belgium. She continued her career with UNICEF Papua Office in Jayapura covering projects in several districts in Papua and West Papua Provinces. Returning back to Jakarta, she had worked with ICMC, GRM International, RTI International, and is now the Government Affairs Program Officer for the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) Indonesia.
She earned a degree in French Studies from the University of Indonesia and had also worked as a translator, a logistic support, a project support, and an administration specialist. Rani decided to continue her education and received a post graduate degree in Public Administration to support her career. She has since enhanced her knowledge in the development sector, working closely with the Government of Indonesia.