Board

H.E. Ambassador Dr Siswo Pramono

Ambassador to Australia
The Republic of the Government of Indonesia

H.E. Ambassador Penny Williams PSM

Ambassador to the Republic of Indonesia
The Government of Australia

Professor Jamaluddin Jompa

Rector
University of Hasanuddin

Dr Mari Pangestu

Managing Director, Development Policy and Partnerships
The World Bank

Felia Salim

Member, Board of Directors
Indonesia Eximbank

Daisy Primayanti

Managing Director
Baldwin Boyle Group

Stefani Herlie

Senior Vice President
Bukalapak

James Castle

Principal
CastleAsia

Professor Nizam

Director General for Higher Education, Research and Technology
The Republic of the Government of Indonesia

Karen Sandercock

First Assistant Secretary
Department of Education

Professor Susan Elliott AM

Provost and Senior Vice-President
Monash University

Professor Mark Considine

Vice Chancellor’s Fellow
The University of Melbourne

Andrew Parker

Senior Trade and Investment Commissioner
Investment NSW

Ross Fitzgerald

Director
Pratt Industries

Ian Kemish AM

Co-founder and Director
Forridel

Professor Deborah Terry AO

Vice-Chancellor and President
The University of Queensland

 


Harold Mitchell AC

May 1942 – February 2024

 

Harold Mitchell has created an enduring legacy with the Australia-Indonesia Centre. He was the founding and inaugural Chair of its advisory board. For a decade he advocated for the work of the AIC in bringing two nations and neighbours closer together. He led with passion the centre’s mission to create strong relationships and build culturally diverse research links to ensure the AIC was a positive force for the region. He is dearly missed and always remembered.

 


The Australia-Indonesia Centre advisory board meeting dates

2014

April, Melbourne

July, Jakarta

September, Jakarta

November, Melbourne

2015

February, Jakarta

May, Canberra

August, Makassar

November, Yogyakarta

2016

February, Bandung

May

August, Surabaya

November, Melbourne

2017

March, Canberra

August, Semarang

December, Melbourne

2018

April, Bogor

September, Canberra

December, Makassar

2019

March, Perth

August, Bandung

2020

No meetings due to COVID-19 and Board members receiving regular short updates

2021

August, virtual

December, virtual

2022

April, virtual

December, Makassar

2023

March, virtual

August, Melbourne