FounderShe worked as a journalist for more than 20 years, mostly for the BBC. In 1996, she began training journalists in conflict and transitional countries. Imelda helped develop the BBC’s i-learn & PJTV journalism training programs as well as writing manuals and curriculum, which have been translated into numerous languages including Bahasa Indonesia. She became Project Manager and Media Development Specialist for Internews providing journalism and press relations training on projects in Bosnia, Armenia and Indonesia. Imelda wrote, produced and directed the video training initiative Derita Bisu. She has numerous radio and television productions including working on Channel 4’s award‐winning documentary series Unreported World on a documentary about human trafficking in Indonesia (2005), the UNICEF documentary Aceh’s Little Heroes, Rebuilding Communities - Canadian Red Cross and The Mediators for British Council/European Union, 2007.
Achmad Zihni Rifaiis one of Indonesia’s top and most respected journalists. He has worked for TEMPO news magazine, RCTI television station and helped establish the Association of Indonesian Television stations IJTI. He was also a major contributor to the establishment of the PJTV journalism training centre at the University of Indonesia and the production of the12-part television training video. More recently he worked on journalism training and public awareness courses with OTMI covering Bird Flu, Measles, Child Reporting and PNPM Mandiri.
Arezka Ari Hantyantohas more than 10 years of experience in project management and project implementation in national, sub-national and community level. During his work in Indonesian Government and UNDP Project on Disaster Risk Reduction He succesfully facilitated the establishment of DRR Platforms (multi stakeholders forum comprised of government agencies, universities, media, NGO and CSO and private sectors) in 9 Province in Indonesia. During his tenure at the TNP2K in The Vice President of Indonesia Office, He gives technical assistance and advisory to local governments on social protection and poverty reduction programs. Currently he still worked at UNDP on Providing policy advisory to Indonesian National Disaster Management Agency
Tracy PasaribuHas an extensive experience in building and implementing intervention strategy for social protection and awareness raising programs. Over 12 years, has trained numerous groups and communities in different parts in Indonesia on human trafficking and gender issues. As a Module Developer for Kementrian Pemberdayaan Perempuan (KPP) and UNFPA, The Nature Conservancy, European Commission-Pramuka, Anti Trafficking Tools for ACILS-ICMC-USAID, Scriptwriter for DeritaBisu-Anti Trafficking Radio Drama Script, writer for Radio Community Training Module published in Tifa website (www.tifafoundation.org, digital library) and other gender-related training and media training modules. She is still working for TNP2K in the Vice President of Indonesia Office, handling unified social protection database and gives advices to local governments.
Fitri Adi AnugrahFitri graduated from the University of Essex, United Kingdom, with a Master's Degree in Human Rights and Cultural Diversity. She has over 7 years of experience working in local, regional and international organizations. Fitri specializes in the fields of communication strategy, human rights, development, post conflict missions, and raising public awareness. From 2009 to 2010, Fitri was the Project Coordinator for OTMI's project "Socialization of Women's Rights and Roles Post Tsunami and Conflict in Aceh", funded by the European Union. Fitri also took part in other projects such as Media Relations training for police, bird flu socialization in Tangerang, the washing hands with soap socialization in Makassar and Papua, journalism training for local media in reporting and socialising hygiene, and reporting diversity in 4 Indonesian cities.
DirectorFor the past eight years, Theresia has dedicated her efforts to direct OTMI and succesfully managed to propel its stature as a well established and recognized public outreach organization within the development field in Indonesia. After graduated from the University of Indonesia, She assisted in establishing OTMI during her early years and was the financial officer for two years. Before appointed as Director of OTMI, Theresia had coordinated multiple projects including journalism training and media production on issues related to child reportin, bird flu, measles, boxing day tsunami aftermath and conflict mediation. She was also managed the World Bank Project Journalism Training for Improving Local Journalists Capacity in playing their role in Monitoring and Reporting PNPM Mandiri.
Media SpecialistDian is an experienced journalist, having started her career in radio in 1991 she continued to pursue work in the broadcasting world for 15 years. Dian has received several scholarships for journalists (including 2009 on ICAAP in Bali and 2010 on the International AIDS Conference in Austria). For the past 5 years, she has been a trainer in various journalism and media relation trainings, both on a national and international level. In her spare time, she gives lectures on creative writing at Multimedia Nusantara University – Jakarta. She is also a renown writer, having written several popular novels, including the best selling biographical true story novel on Alzheimer's Disease "Ketika Ibu Melupakanku"
Program ManagerMira has extensive experience in developing and implementing intervention strategies for social protection and awareness raising programs. She was a writer and editor for numerous radio dramas and training modules which encompass various issues including terrrorism, health and hygiene, safe migration, women empowerment, gender equality and reproductive health. Mira was the principle organizer of UNICEF's reporting children and bird flu journalism training projects. She also managed the USAID CBAIC Busing Bird Flu Public Awareness project that was nominated as Best Practice by CBAIC in 2007. For more than 8 years she handled technical aspects for almost all of OTMI’s projects. Mira previously also had extensive experience as a communication specialist for UNFPA – Safe Migration Campaign, UNDP - SAJI (Strengthening Access to Justice in Indonesia) Project and the Spanish Red Cross in Indonesia.
Project CoordinatorHaving joined OTMI in 2013, Gracia immediately involved in Mimpi Musafir, an awareness-raising campaign of pre-departure Indonesian migrant workers, supporting the production of the radio drama and as one of the principal trainers for socialization activities. She was the coordinator of the notable campaign for Alzheimer's disease awareness, the 2014 Memory Walk which was held in Jakarta, DI Yogyakarta and Semarang and involved thousands of people in those cities. The campaign was endorsed by the Ministry of Health and The Governor of Jakarta, Central Java and DI Yogyakarta which subsequently promulgating policies on geriatric issues in their respective region. In 2015, as the Coordinator for "Mari Kita Bicara" project, she was responsible in the management and implementation of initiatives for sexual and reproductive health rights education in East Nusa Tenggara which targeting junior high school students, teachers, and parents.
Project CoordinatorIn 2013, Gladys also assisted research conducted by Internews on behalf of Google regarding emergency communications in Indonesia, travelling to disaster-struck areas in East and North Jakarta, East Nusa Tenggara, and Aceh. She has been involved in creating the Mimpi Musafir training kits for pre-departure migrant workers and also one of the principal trainers during the socialization of these training kits in cooperation with the National Agency for the Placement and Protection of Migrant Workers (BNP2TKI). Since joining OnTrackMedia, Gladys has been coordinating the implementation of awareness-raising projects regarding safe migration and human trafficking, including the production of training & awareness-raising videos, books, and websites. She has extensive experience in arranging trainings, seminars and workshops which includes the 2014 National Seminar on Alzheimer’s in Jakarta attended by various luminaries such as Ambassador of Canada, The Netherlands and the Minister of Health, currently she is managing the socialization campaign for safe migration in hundreds of schools in Four regencies in East Nusa Tenggara.
Project AssistantPrior to joining OTMI, Karina worked as a journalist for CNNIndonesia.com as part of the Lifestyle and Entertainment Division, covering issues such as health, movies, music, fashion, art & culture, etc. Her knowledge in such areas brought OTMI the creativity for designing a "pop" campaign which could easily penetrate younger audience. Since she joined OnTrackMedia, she has been involved in the Reproductive Health and Sexuality Awareness-Raising campaign for youth in East Nusa Tenggara. She is also the coordinator for "Beta Guru Peduli Remaja" teacher's event and the development of android based application and games for Sexual and Reproductive Health Education dubbed 12+