Lead Adviser, Skills
Clarice Campbell is the Lead Adviser, Skills for the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement’s (IA-CEPA) Economic Cooperation Program (ECP), Katalis in Jakarta. She is responsible for creating commercial partnerships between Indonesian industry players and Australian vocational providers to address skills gaps in Indonesia.
Within the skills portfolio, Clarice liaises with key stakeholders from both the public and private sectors, and aims to find inclusive and sustainable opportunities for businesses.
Outside of Katalis, many would know Clarice through her community work where she has been very active in the bilateral relationship for a number of years. She is the National President of the Australia-Indonesia Youth Association (AIYA), an organisation that aims to better connect young Australians and Indonesians to each other and bilateral opportunities, in this role she leads over 170 committee members to create engaging content and ensure young people from any background have an opportunity to learn about and participate in the bilateral relationship.
Clarice is also an alumnus of the Australia-Indonesia Youth Exchange Program (AIYEP), and completed an Indonesian Studies and Linguistics degree at Monash University.