Adi is the Sustainable Landscape and Cities Senior Manager at WRI Indonesia. He manages and coordinates sustainable land use and cities program portfolio in Indonesia, including One Map Initiative, Cities4Forest, Emission Reduction and Sequestration Initiative, and the program implementation in priority provinces. He is based in the Jakarta office, with possible travels to other provinces in Indonesia.

Prior to WRI, he served as an Associate Director at the Office of the President of Indonesia, managing portfolios in low emission development and forest governance reform, such as License Moratorium in Forest and Peatland, REDD+, One Map Policy, and Low Emission Capacity Building. Previous to this, he joined Teach for Indonesia and worked in Unilever Indonesia and Total E&P Indonesia.

Adi completed his graduate study in public policy from Duke University, United States, completed his Global Social Innovation Fellowship in London and Geneva, and fulfilled his International Development certification in Udaipur, India. Adi holds a B.Sc. in Management and a B.Eng. Electrical Engineering.

Adi loves to be around nature, whether it's hiking the mountain, reading on the beach, or having picnic in the park. In his free time, he likes to play the 70s soft-rock songs in his acoustic guitar and tries to write more in his blog.