BINUS INTERNATIONAL Faculty List
After completing a master’s degree in Film Directing at the New York Film Academy, she worked on several Hollywood film productions and at a film distribution company in Los Angeles. In Jakarta, she worked in television news production, then as assistant director in a film production. Following that she worked at a television production house on various television shows, commercials and a feature-length movie.
Adora Jones is a lecturer of Economics and the Manager of the Executive MM Program. She completed undergraduate studies at Pepperdine University (cum laude) and graduate studies at UCLA with a focus on international policy and economic development. Her research focus is on the economic development of emerging countries and ethnic minorities within Southeast Asia and the Pacific through the use of private sector resources and effective public policies. She has worked in government in Washington DC and business in Indonesia.
Ahmad Seiichi Ramadhan
Ahmad Seiichi Ramadhan is the Research Coordinator of BINUS BUSINESS SCHOOL and a faculty member in the School of Business Management of BINUS INTERNATIONAL. He completed a master’s degree in Business Management at BINUS BUSINESS SCHOOL. Prior to joining BINUS, he worked for AON Consulting in Singapore. His career experience includes national and international research as well as consulting projects in business and management. His main research interests include innovation, human resource management and e-business.
Andy Lunarjanto completed an MM/MBA from IPMI/Monash Mt. Eliza in Melbourne, and a bachelor’s degree in Architecture Engineering from Universitas Parahyangan. He has 12 years of managerial experience in the engineering, banking and education industries. He was a project manager for various residential and commercial projects and has authored and co-authored various papers in marketing. His research interests include e-marketing, branding and consumer behavior.
Anita Michiko Tamala
Anita Tamala is a faculty member from the School of Marketing at BINUS INTERNATIONAL. Her experience covers more than 25 years of international exposure, 12 years of professional experience in marketing & communications, in which 8 years has been in the managerial position. Her industry background ranges from service, retail, and telecommunication/IT. She combined her BA in Computer Art (graduated Cum Laude from Arizona State University) with an MBA in Marketing (from Western International).
Ari Barkah Djamil
Ari Barkah Djamil is the head of the undergraduate program, in the school of Accounting and Finance at BINUS INTERNATIONAL. He completed a master’s degree at City University Business School, London, in the UK. Prior to joining BINUS, he was an external auditor of Arthur Andersen & Prasetio, Utomo. He was also an internal auditor for Manulife Indonesia and AIA Life Insurance. His research interests include auditing, corporate governance and intellectual capital.
Asnan Furinto has a Ph.D in Marketing from Universitas Indonesia (Cum Laude), an MM/ MBA from IPMI/Monash at Mt Eliza in Melbourne, Australia. He has four years of teaching experience as well as 12 years of managerial experience in the overseas logistics and shipping industries. He is the co-author of Marketing Reloaded and has published marketing articles in various journals. His research interests include customer relationship management, marketing technology and innovation, and marketing metrics.
Brad Bryant is a full-time faculty member in the English Language Services department at BINUS INTERNATIONAL. He was previously employed as an English language specialist teacher at The British Institute and has been an English teacher since 2005. He has a Master of Arts (Writing) from Swinburne University in Melbourne and has had many short stories published. He has received government-funded writing grants at both state and national levels in Australia.
Dahlia Darmayanti is a faculty member of the School of Marketing at BINUS INTERNATIONAL. Prior to that, Dahlia was a credit analyst at Sumitomo Niaga Bank, Jakarta. She also managed business development at Asia Cellular Satellite, a regional mobile satellite provider company in Jakarta, and she was later assigned to the Singapore office. She completed a master’s degree in International Management at the Thunderbird Global School of Management in Arizona, USA and a S1 degree in International Relations at Universitas Padjajaran in Bandung, Indonesia. Her research interests are international marketing, services marketing, green issues and sustainability.
Ir. Dewi Tamara, MM., MS., is a faculty member of the School of Accounting and Finance at BINUS INTERNATIONAL. She teaches undergraduate courses in Finance and Managerial Economics. She graduated from Toulouse Business School (France). Formerly she worked as a finance manager in Pauwels Trafo Asia and Indokomas Buana Perkasa, multinational manufacturing and contracting companies. Her research focus is on investment and capital markets.
Dila Kana has a bachelor’s degree from the Institut Teknologi Bandung, and a master’s degree from the Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia, USA. After working as a graphic designer at PT Griya Selaras Desain for about 5 years, Dila became an independent graphic designer of logos and print marketing materials. In 2009, Dila was a project consultant and graphic designer at Inke Maris & Associates, a leading Indonesian public relations consultancy. Dila lectured in other universities before joining BINUS INTERNATIONAL. Her research interests include typography and letter forms.
Dominique Razafindrambinina completed an M.Sc. degree at the California State University in Fullerton, USA, and a master’s degree at the Kishiniev State University in Moldavia, USSR. He was a technical adviser of KPMG Sudjendro Susanto on projects in industries such as hotels and resorts, malls, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, aviation, electronics, and communication. He was a technical advisor in Asian Pulp and Paper (APP) for the Sinarmas Group, where he developed non-Mandarin-speaking markets for paper exports in South Asia. He was as a technical advisor of PT Pyridam Farma tbk for the African market. His research interests include CSR, intellectual capital, and economics.
Ekky Imanjaya completed a master’s degree in Philosophy at the Universitas Indonesia and another in Film Studies at the University van Amsterdam. His portfolio includes journalism and book publishing. He wrote several books and articles, mostly on Indonesian cinema. His works appeared in Jump Cut Journal, Colloquy Journal, Cinemasia, and the Journal of European Studies. He is one of the co-founders of www.rumahfilm.org. He was a journalist at astaga.com and, until today, he continues to write film reviews for detik.com. He won an international film award for his documentaries and was nominated for Best Film at the 2005 Indonesian Film Festival.
Erwin Adi teaches and coordinates Network Security classes. He was a network engineer for companies such as British Telecom in Belgium where he gained experience in handling fiber networks, in Europe-wide networks using various platforms, troubleshooting IP issues, and mitigating high-impact network failures.
Erwin has a master’s degree in Telecommunications from the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, UK and a double-major bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics/Statistics from the State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA, where he was a Dean’s Lister for three semesters and was invited into the Sigma Beta Honor Society.
Evi Rinawati Simanjuntak
Evi Rinawati Simanjuntak teaches Pricing Management and Strategy and Research Methodology in Marketing for the undergraduate program (S1). After graduating from Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) majoring in Electrical Engineering in 1993, she joined PT. Siemens Indonesia in the Telecommunication Division. She has 13 years experience in telecommunication industry handling various bidding as well as monitoring project implementation in backbone and cellular access transmission network all over Indonesia in her position as National Transmission Manager. She earned her MM degree from IPMI Business School in 2007 and received an honor as the best graduate student. She was awarded the second runner up in Asia Pacific Regional Challenge for a Research Report Competition held by CFA Institute and the Hong Kong Society of Financial Analysts in 2008. Her research interest is in the area of Digital Marketing, Marketing-Finance interface and Customer Relationship Management. Currently she is pursuing her doctoral degree in Marketing Management at the Graduate School of Management, in the faculty of Economics at the University of Indonesia.
Hera Oktadiana has worked and studied in the USA, Japan, Malaysia and in Holland and is very experienced in hospitality education. She held senior managing and academic development roles at the Trisakti Institute of Tourism, at the international hotel program at the Bunda Mulia Tourism and Hospitality Institute, and now at BINUS INTERNATIONAL. Currently, she is involved in several hospitality and tourism associations such as PATA, SKAL International, HMPPI, Frontliners/HFLA and with Hildiktipari (Association of Indonesia Tourism Higher Education), where she was appointed chairman of the International Division.
After more than 14 years in the hotel and management industry in several countries, Indra Kusumawardhana is the program coordinator for the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management. Indra completed his bachelor’s degree in International Hotel and Tourism Management at the International Hotel Management Institute (IMI) in Switzerland and a master’s degree at the Bournemouth University in the United Kingdom, giving him international exposure to the food and beverage management industry, particularly in tourism education.
Jane Basiroen completed her bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design at the Trisakti University and a master’s degree at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. She lectured in various universities before becoming a full-Atime faculty member at BINUS INTERNATIONAL. She was a creative director for corporate design at PT Melati Cipta Mandiri for clients such as Papua Air, Mimika Air, GT Air, and Med Air (Dubai).
John Peter Honeyben
John Peter Honeyben is the English Language Services Manager at JWC. He completed a master’s degree (qual) at Flinders University in South Australia, a bachelor’s degree (hons) in Drama at Flinders University, as well as a bachelor’s degree in Drama & Anthropology at Adelaide University in South Australia. He has about 20 years of EFL and ESL teaching experience. He was a consultant for the Universitas Indonesia Language Centre and a lecturer of undergraduate and postgraduate English language studies at Westminster University in London, UK. His current research interests include cultural issues relating to academic conventions and language learning, rhetorical style and culture, CLIL and genre-focused EAP.
Jude J. L. Martinez
Jude J. L. Martinez has a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in Computer Science from De La Salle University in Manila, with a focus on Software Engineering. He was an IT specialist and programmer for Philex Mining Corporation in Manila, and an IT consultant for Cypress Semiconductor Inc. He is a member of the Cordillera Administrative Region’s Quality Assessment Team for Higher Education, of the JAVA Education Development Initiative Community, the Philippine Society of IT Educators, and of the Association of Computing Machinery. He has over a decade of experience in the education sector. His research interests include software engineering, gaming technology, human computer interaction, and pervasive and mobile computing.
Karen Imam has a master’s degree in International Business and had studied in France and Germany. She worked in Paris as export manager in charge of Central Europe for Lolita Lempicka and Castelbajac Parfums. She worked in Brussels as a logistics specialist for Toyota Motor Europe. In Indonesia, she joined BINUS INTERNATIONAL as a faculty member in the International Business undergraduate program. She lectures courses such as Management Across Cultures, International Business and Business Communication. Her research focus is on CSR activities.
Lianti Raharjo graduated with a master’s in Marketing from the University of Newcastle, Australia, under an Australian Development Scholarship. Prior to joining BINUS INTERNATIONAL, she worked for MarkPlus as Head of the Knowledge Management Development Division. She has handled workshops and training projects for both national and international companies, including Yamaha, General Electric Asia Pacific, Matahari Putra Prima and AIG Life. She has also conducted research on a number of marketing areas such as segmenting, customer service and market potential. Lianti is an active researcher, often publishing in journals and presenting academic papers at international conferences in marketing. Currently, she serves as the Head of Undergraduate Program, in the School of Management (International Business), at BINUS INTERNATIONAL.
Mathias Dhamawirya completed a master’s degree in Information Studies and a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. He worked as a systems analyst at Deutsche Bank in Singapore and played a key role in the Knowledge Management initiative of the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore. Currently, he is the Program Coordinator of the School of Information Systems of BINUS INTERNATIONAL.
Minsani Mariani completed a master’s degree in Business Administration at the University of Birmingham in the UK and a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering at the Institut Teknologi Bandung in Indonesia. She has more than 14 years of experience in the information technology industry, mostly with multinational companies such as IBM and Microsoft, and with Jatis Solutions, an Indonesian IT consulting company. Her passion in teaching led her to a full-time lecturing career. She is now the Head of the School of Information Systems at BINUS INTERNATIONAL.
Muhammad Ariono Margiono
Muhammad Ariono Margiono was the Students and Alumni Relations Manager for BINUS INTERNATIONAL and BINUS Business School. Ari has a master’s degree in Social Studies and Economics (MScEcon) from the University of Wales in Aberystwyth, UK. He has more than 10 years of social development experience with international organizations and non-government organizations. He regularly writes opinion articles in popular publications in Indonesia including Kompas and Bisnis Indonesia. In BINUS INTERNATIONAL, Ari manages Character Building courses and teaches Design Thinking. He has a strong research interest in business ethics, corporate social responsibility, and social innovation issues.
Nathalia Devina Widjaja
Nathalia Devina Widjaja earned her master’s degree in Business Information Systems from Monash University, Australia and master’s in Practising Accounting from RMIT University, Australia. She started her career as a management associate and later on as financial institution relationship manager for Citibank. She also spent some time with Townshend, one of the top property companies in Melbourne. Her passion in teaching was started during her studies in Australia in early 2001. She became a tutor in the Department of Information Systems, Melbourne University and assistant lecturer in the Business Information Technology Department, at RMIT University, Australia. She is currently Program Coordinator in the School of Information System at BINUS INTERNATIONAL. She has a number of publications in international conferences for her database and green IT research.
Pantri Heriyati is the Head of the School of Management at BINUS BUSINESS SCHOOL. She completed a doctoral degree at Universitas Indonesia and a master’s degree at the University of Wollongong in Australia. She has 15 years of industry experience, including consultancy in the private sector. Her major expertise is in marketing.
Pinky Rusli has been a full-time faculty member of the BINUS INTERNATIONAL School of Management since 2010. She completed two MBA degrees at the National University of Singapore (NUS) and at Peking University in China. She taught at the Parahyangan Catholic University, where she completed her bachelor’s degree in Accounting. Prior to that, she was a senior accounting manager at Trisula Group, a multinational apparel company, and a regional office controller of DHL Supply Chain Singapore.
Ratna Dewi Paramita
Ratna Dewi Paramita is a fashion lecturer at BINUS INTERNATIONAL. Ratna completed a bachelor’s degree in Communications, and majored in Advertising at Universitas Indonesia and completed a master’s degree in Fashion Marketing at Northumbria University in Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the UK. Ratna worked in marketing communication at PT Dupont Indonesia. With two friends, Ratna opened the Amenomachi boutique in Kemang and acquired hands-on experience in the fashion industry. After three years, she worked in retail as a visual merchandiser, freelanced as a wardrobe stylist for TV and print ad commercials, and then as a uniform designer for national and international brands.
Raymond Kosala is a lecturer at the School of Computer Science in BINUS INTERNATIONAL. He completed a doctorate in Informatics from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium in 2003. He was a systems engineer for the multinational IT distribution company PT ECS (Indo), and an IT consultant for PT Intellisys and BINUS Consulting. He was appointed Deputy Director of the ACM Asia-Jakarta Regional International Collegiate Programming Competition from 2008 to 2010. He served on the committees of several international workshops and conferences. Currently, he is on the editorial board of the International Journal of Knowledge-Based Organizations. His research interest in intelligent systems includes machine learning and its applications to the fields of business, computer games, computer security, and finance.
Rini Setyowati, SE
Rini Setyowati completed an MBA at Winthrop University in South Carolina and a bachelor’s degree in Economics at the Parahyangan Catholic University. She has five years of overseas teaching experience and more than five years of professional consultancy experience in the consumer goods industry. Her research interests are in the areas of consumer behavior, international marketing, and in strategic marketing.
Roosalina Wulandari completed a master’s degree in clinical psychology at the Universitas Indonesia. She is the Student Affairs Coordinator of BINUS BUSINESS SCHOOL and teaches Character Building. Her career experience includes national and international NGOs. She specializes in psychological crisis intervention and social movement startups.
Stephanus Remond Waworuntu
Stephanus Remond Waworuntu is the Head of the School of Accounting & Finance of BINUS BUSINESS SCHOOL. He completed a doctorate at the Parahyangan Catholic University and an MBA degree from California State University in the USA. He has more than 19 years of managerial experience in multinational and public companies such as Sierad Produce, Continent Hypermarket, ING Baring Securities, and Freeport Indonesia, as well as more than eight years of teaching and consulting experience with companies such as Astra International, Hutchison CP Telecommunications, Merck Indonesia, Tetra Pak Indonesia, Inti Karya Persada Teknik, Pertamina, and Perum Perumnas. Prior to joining BINUS, he taught at the ITB School of Business and Management, at the Trisakti School of Management, and at the University of Indonesia. He specializes in research on corporate finance, corporate governance & culture. He is currently the Commissioner of Candika Group, the Chairman of BINUS IFRS Knowledge Centre, the Vice-Chairman of BINUS-Recapital Corporate Governance Centre, and a member of the American Management Association.
Tara Farina is a faculty member of the School of Marketing. Prior to joining BINUS INTERNATIONAL, she had seven years of senior management experience in the treasury at PT. General Motors Indonesia, a subsidiary company of General Motors. Tara pursued her undergraduate and graduate degrees in Statistics and Operations Research at the University of Technology, Sydney. She is completing a doctoral degree in Business Management in Marketing at the Institut Pertanian Bogor. Her research interests include service marketing and tourism.
Tatum Syarifah Adiningrum
Tatum Syarifah Adiningrum began teaching academic English and study overseas preparation at the Indonesia Australia Language Foundation, a non-profit institution in Surabaya, where she was exposed to cross-cultural problems faced by Indonesian students overseas, including the problem of plagiarism. She received an Australian Development Scholarship in 2006, and completed a master’s degree in Education Leadership and Management at Flinders University in South Australia in 2008. Her coursework project was Indonesian Postgraduate Students’ Understanding of Plagiarism.
Teuku Aulia Geumpana
Teuku Aulia Geumpana is a lecturer at BINUS INTERNATIONAL’s Computer Science Department. At the Australian consulting company GHD Pty. Ltd., he was MIS Tasks Team Leader for a government project in rehabilitation and reconstruction of a disaster area. He has a master’s degree in Management Information Systems from the University of Arkansas in Little Rock, U.S.A, specializing in Software Engineering, and a bachelor’s degree in Information Technology from the International Islamic University in Malaysia. At BINUS INTERNATIONAL, he has taught Data Structure and Algorithms, System Analysis and Design and Distributed Systems. His research interest is cloud computing. He is an APMI member, a recipient of the Beta Gamma Sigma Award for Academic Business Excellence, and a former Fulbright scholar.
Tito Imanda completed a master’s degree in Media, Culture and Communication at New York University as a Fulbright scholar, with a thesis on the Indonesian film industry. He is a member of Masyarakat Film Indonesia, a film activist group that fights for a better political climate for Indonesian cinema. He was a TV game show scriptwriter when he was 22, and a TV producer in the Si Unyil puppet series. He was a TV journalist for the Voice of America. Today, between teaching and management duties, he works on personal film projects in Central Java.
Yalezzi Marina Mahatis
Yalezzi Marina Mahatis is the Foundation Year Program Coordinator at BINUS INTERNATIONAL, Jakarta Indonesia. She has a master’s in Industrial Systems Engineering specializing in Operations Research from the Ohio State University, USA. Her bachelor degree in Industrial Engineering is from the University of Wisconsin at Madison, USA. She has more than 8 years of teaching experience with mathematics and statistics as her areas of expertise. She is currently developing a Design Thinking curriculum that aligns with BINUS INTERNATIONAL’S goal to shape innovative minds.