Azka Ghaida is the Air Quality and Climate Research Analyst I at WRI Indonesia. Her main role is to analyze air quality and climate data, provide analysis, and engage with climate stakeholders in Indonesia and Southeast Asia. She also contributes to identifying ways to help mitigate climate change and reduce pollution sources based on scientific data. She works with government institutions, researchers, academicians, the private sector, and the community. Azka is part of the Clean Air Catalyst program, a global initiative to reduce air pollution and improve air quality in Jakarta. Azka is also involved in the Southeast Asian Air Quality Community of Practice (CoP). The CoP brings together professionals, government officials, and stakeholders from Southeast Asian countries to share knowledge, experiences, and challenges related to air quality.

Prior to her position as an Air Quality and Climate Research Analyst, Azka had experience in inventory and monitoring GHG emissions. She conducted an in-depth assessment of GHG impact as a GHG expert with the Ministry of Transportation of Indonesia. She accomplished Indonesia's climate mitigation annual report and created multiple scenarios for GHG emission reduction calculation for Indonesia's transport sector. Azka started her career joining Olam Indonesia as Sustainability Analyst for the agricultural sector, mainly a coffee plantation. Azka collaborated closely with farmers to implement sustainable practices and adapt to the challenges posed by a changing climate.

Azka holds a B.Sc. in Biology and an M.Eng in Environmental Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology in Indonesia.