Triana is a Project Operation Specialist in the Project Management Office in Bali. She provides technical and administration support to the implementation of the Bali Climate and Green Development Initiative from many aspects such as project management, financial management, and grants and budget management.

Previously, she worked for a few years in Kopernik in different positions within the Country Office in administration in operations support, logistics, procurement, support to field offices, and managing financial documentation, as well as handling program events such as meetings, workshops and trainings. For the last three years, her role was an Administration and Finance program officer as part of the SWITCH Asia II program of “Promoting Sustainable Production and Consumption in The Fish Processing Sector” in Eastern Indonesia, financed by the European Union and managed by Plan International Indonesia. She worked closely with the different stakeholders, preparing expenditure reports, managing travel and workshops.

Triana holds a bachelor's degree of Public Administration with an Accounting background. She is originally from Surabaya and has been living in Bali since 2012 with her husband and cat. Her hobbies are trekking, hiking and cycling.