Mirzha is a Forest Research Assistant at WRI Indonesia. She mostly works with spatial data for forestry issues such as deforestation and illegal logging. Mirzha is also involved in much of the work of Global Forest Watch (GFW). She is actively involved in training and capacity building for Global Forest Watch users (government, academics, local CSOs, and journalists) to conduct forest monitoring.

Mirzha holds a Bachelor of Forestry and Master of Science degrees from the Bogor Agricultural University (IPB University). Prior to joining WRI Indonesia, Mirzha worked as a GIS Staff at the LAPAN Remote Sensing Application Center and a GIS consultant for PUPR projects.

In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, baking, and watching movies and playing PlayStation occasionally. She also likes traveling for culinary, finding 'hidden gems'--places that have good culinary delights.