Wulan is the Social Forestry and Agrarian Reform Project Lead in WRI. She’s responsible for managing the improvement initiatives related to social forestry and agrarian reform program, especially in Papua Province. In 2017, she worked as a young researcher (Wahana Riset Indonesia) at WRI Indonesia and continued as a Conflict Transformation Assistant and Conflict Transformation Analyst, especially at Papua Province. Her job emphasizes the involvement of the indigenous community, local government and CSOs to create sustainable collaboration on land tenure management around the forest area.

Prior to joining WRI, she was involved in various studies individually and collectively related to tenure conflicts in Indonesia such as in Riau Province, Bangka Belitung and Bali. In 2015 she completed training in managing ethnic conflict and religious violence at US Naval Postgraduate School, California. In addition, she is also completed the capacity building in the mapping of tenurial conflicts carried out by the Indonesian Ministry of Environment and Forestry.

Wulan holds a master's degree in Peace and Conflict Resolution from Indonesia Defense University and bachelor degree in International Relations from Parahyangan Catholic University.

In her spare time, she loves playing piano, swimming, free diving and traveling to enjoy nature and learning about the community culture. Besides that, playing with her child in nature is her new hobby, she hopes her child will also love the nature of Tanah Papua.