Indonesian Delegation to the Y20 Summit 2018

13 August - 19 August 2018, Cordoba, Argentina


Hi fellow Indonesian youths! We are just beginning to recover from the long interviews and an intense deliberation on the Top 15 Candidates for this year's Y20 recruitment during the past week. The good news is, now we have selected the final delegation!

The Argentinian Organizing Committee has continued the legacy of Germany's presidency to establish Y20 delegations of only two representatives from each G20 members for the Summit, which in itself made this year's selection process among the most competitive and intense we have ever experienced! We are deeply honoured by all the hours that all Indonesian applicants spent in perfecting their CVs, writing their essays, and preparing for their interviews. This year, we are proud to see a record 1.5% acceptance rate, showing continued enthusiasm for our programs. Other than the applicants, the Indonesian Youth Diplomacy (IYD) family would also like to express our highest appreciation to all of you who have shown genuine interests in representing Indonesia at the Y20 Summit 2018 in Argentina.

In narrowing down from 135+ applicants to Top 15 to finally Top 2, the IYD Recruitment Team has gone through intensive evaluation stages during the grading round using clear indicators, long hours of deliberation, and eventually coming up with tough and informed decisions. Not only that we ensure the process is fair, but we also committed ourselves to a transparent and robust approach until we reached into the final consensus. 

Please join us to welcome the Indonesian delegation to the Y20 Argentina 2018!

1. Cheryl Christella Ng

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Cheryl is a consultant at the World Bank, an international financial institution that helps developing economies reduce poverty and increase shared prosperity. At the World Bank, she spearheaded the digit analysis project where she analyzed financial statements in 110 villages in order to create a more standardized and digitized accounting system, supported the Ministry of Home Affairs in Village Law Implementation, and worked with Ministry of Finance in implementing Social Accountability in financial regulations.

Cheryl graduated from University of California, Berkeley – Haas School of Business with a double degree in Business Administration and Economics in three years. During her time at Berkeley, she was awarded with 4 awards the Cal Alumni Leadership Award, Haas Alumni Network SF Leadership, Dean’s Honor List (top 4% in UC Berkeley), and Edward Frank Kraft Award.

Cheryl was also part of the Office of the President for the Student Government – ASUC and led the first-ever Higher Education Conference in California with over 700 student leaders across the state to tackle pertinent issues plaguing the Californian education system. She was also the Community Service and Fundraising Chair for a business fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi, and the head mentor for Young Entrepreneurs at Haas.

Formerly, she established a nationwide organization assisting underprivileged children by transforming the education system. She has been a part of conferences from Discover Goldman Sachs Camp, to organizing conferences like “Indonesia’s Great Prosperity Ahead” with Sri Mulyani as guest speaker. In her free time, she enjoys assisting in film production, traveling, and learning new languages.

2. Vincent Tjendra

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Vincent is the Head of Product at, the leading e-commerce marketplace in Indonesia with a mission to democratize commerce through technology. He is entrusted to improve the marketplace platform to better connect customers and businesses across Indonesia.

Vincent previously worked as a consultant at McKinsey & Company, where he was involved in defining company strategies across various industries, including digital banking, mobile wallet and international expansion across multiple countries in Asia. He was the 2016 McKinsey & Company Regional Entrepreneur of the Year recipient and team Coach for Young Leaders for Indonesia. Prior to this, he was a product manager at (ASX: FLN), Sydney, in charge of marketplace development and merger of acquired companies, with teams spanning across Australia, Philippines and Ukraine.

Vincent completed his Master of Engineering (Mechatronics) and Bachelor of Science (Mechanical) at The University of Melbourne, Australia in 2012 and 2010 respectively. He received Best International Graduate scholarship. During university, he was coordinating RoboCup development teams for international competitions and developing startups for students and education in Melbourne and Sydney. He was also involved in the Indonesian Student Association in Australia (PPIA) and ASEAN student association at university, state and national chapters.

His favorite activities are to spend time with family and exercise (swimming, tennis).