Indonesian Delegation to the G20 Youth Summit 2010
9 - 14 May 2010, Vancouver - Canada
1. Sugit S. Arjon - Head of State
Sugit S. Arjon is a PhD candidate from Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto. He studies the institutional approach in the responsibility to prevent. Sugit graduated and holds an MSc. in Political Science: International Relations (2015) from Graduate School of Social Sciences, University of Amsterdam, and a B.A. (2012) from Monash University, Australia. He has keen interests in security, defense, peace, and conflict resolution. In 2012, Sugit worked as an intern at the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Canberra under the supervision of Attaché Politics. After completing his internship, he was accepted as a Pengajar Muda, a part of the Gerakan Indonesia Mengajar (Indonesia Teaches Movement). After finishing a one-year teaching placement at Desa Bibinoi, Kabupaten Halmahera Selatan, Sugit went to the University of Amsterdam to pursue an MSc. in political science. A few months before his PhD, Sugit did a summer internship at Kantor Staf Presiden / the Presidential Staff Office, he worked under supervision of Deputy Chief of Staff.
During the Summit, as a Head of State of the Indonesian Delegation, Sugit has had the opportunity to deliver a vision of what we want our future to look like to actual world leaders. - @sugiitt
2. Panji Saputra
Panji Saputra is a policy analyst for the Deputy of Politics, Law, and Security at the Secretariat of the Cabinet of the Republic of Indonesia since 2014. As a civil servant, he is currently responsible for analyzing Presidential Programs related to politics, law, and security, particurally to strengthening Indonesia’s border areas. In October 2016, Panji was selected as a participant at the Indo-Pacific Strategic Policy Course in Melbourne, organized by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Australia in cooperation with Australian National University.
Panji previously worked at the Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS) as a Junior Cunsultant. He was awarded a scholarship to study at Universitas Gadjah Mada for four years majoring in International Relations, focusing on Politics and Government of Southeast Asia, as well as regional cooperation. In addition, he was awarded another scholarship to study at Thammasat University, Bangkok, Thailand (2011). Panji is a professional liaison officer for international officials, such as Monsieur Jean Claude Trichet (President of the European Central Bank 2003-2011) and Mr. Alistair Darling (the Chancellor of the Exchequer in the Labour Government of United Kingdom 2007-2010). Panji is part of Jakarta Tourism Ambassador (Abang None 2015) whose role is to promote Indonesian culture and tourism in Jakarta. He is also a master of ceremony and advisor for education dan personal branding. - @asmorobangoen
3. Dinar Thalieb
Dinar Thalieb is an education professional currently working in the vocational education sector in Canberra, in which she focuses greatly on the creation of innovative vocational training between Australia and the Asia Pacific, such as Indonesia, China, and Sri Lanka. Additionally, Dinar has worked in the past at the Rector’s Office at the United Nations University in Tokyo, and the Australian National University in Canberra.
Besides being selected as the 2010 Indonesian Youth Minister for Development for the Youth G20 Summit, Dinar was also selected as a Global Changemaker, and has various volunteering experiences in assimilation projects for migrants and refugees in Australia and education of entrepreneurial skills in Poland.
Dinar has a Bachelor of Arts (Development Studies) and Master of Business (Graduated with Merit) from the Australian National University.
4. Inda Endaliani
Inda Endaliani is the Corporate Human Resources Manager in CT Corp, the leading consumer-centric company of Indonesia, focusing in business sectors of Financial Services, Media, Lifestyle & Entertainment, and Natural Resources. Under the guidance of founder and chairman Chairul Tanjung, CT Corp has rapidly grown into a major contributor to APAC’s largest economy, Indonesia. The Group now employs over 100,000 people.
Inda earned a Master of Business degree from Australian National University (ANU), Canberra in 2012. The post-graduate education was funded by the Australian Aid (Aus-Aid), through prestigious Australian Leadership Award (ALA) scholarship scheme.
Before pursuing her post-graduate education, she obtained her Bachelor of Commerce degree in 2010 through double degree program, jointly held by the University of Melbourne and the University of Indonesia. At Melbourne University, she actively engaged in student activities and out-of-campus organizations. She served as Event Coordinator at the Indonesian Students Association in Australia (PPIA). She also volunteered in Australian Orang Utan Project and a language partnership program.
Following her graduation, she joined Miss Indonesia beauty pageant and was awarded Miss Intelligence 2010 in the premiere national scale competition. Her participation in the program broadened her views about the virtue of engaging in social actions. She then joined and contributed her interpersonal and entrepreneurial skills at Indonesian Disabled People's Association (PPCI) and PORTUPENCANAK. Among others, she was involved in a project called Entrepreneurship for People with Disability. Inda was also one of the News Presenter for TRANS TV, the leading national free-to-air TV station in Indonesia.
Inda is passionate about entrepreneurship, people development and communication. During her spare time she loves to travel with her husband and two kids.