Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees is composed of relevant individuals within the landscapes.
They provide strategic direction and actively review Belantara’s activities to make sure they are in line with the Foundation’s overall vision and mission.
Marzuki Usman is Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the College of Financial Economics Perbankan Indonesia (STEKPI) and of the Board of Trustees of the Institute of Education Management Indonesia (IPMI). He also serves as the Chairman of the Advisory Council DPP Organda and as a member of the Economic Council of Muhammadiyah Central Executive.
Mr. Usman has had a distinguished career in government service, as Minister of Forestry in 2001, Minister of Tourism, Art, and Culture 1998–1999, and as interim Minister of Justice, interim Minister of Transportation, State Minister for Investments and Head of BKPM in 1999, and Secretary of State Owned Enterprises in 1998. Mr. Usman was also chairman of the Indonesian delegation at the WTO for the services sector in 1993.
Mr. Usman has lectured at various universities, including the University of Gajah Mada and the University of Indonesia, while he also taught at the Indonesian Banking Development Institute and the National Planning Program, School of Economics.
He served as an international member of the Advisory Board of the Nasdaq in New York in 1994, as a senior advisor to the Jakarta Stock Exchange and has also held positions on the board of a number of companies over the past 30 years.
Jatna Supriatna serves as the chairman of the Research Center for Climate Change at the University of Indonesia (RCCC UI), where he works closely with the research community on climate change problems at a national and international level. Mr. Jatna is also the CEO of the non-profit organisation, United in Diversity Forum (YUID), a group that contributes to a united and peaceful Indonesia, encouraging synergy amongst the diverse constituents of Indonesia’s society and the international community.
Mr. Jatna is the author of numerous books and articles and was recognised in 2012 when elected a member of the Indonesian Academy of Sciences (AIPI). In his role at the University of Indonesia, he teaches a number of courses related to conservation and biology and overseas the work of students in the doctoral and master programs.
Previously, Mr. Jatna had several government assignments: he was a member of the National Research Council (Dewan Riset Nasional) from 1999 to 2004; the chairman of the Biodiversity Taskforce at the Ministry of Research and Technology from 2001 to 2003; and was a member of the taskforce to review logging concessions from 2003 to 2005. He also participated in negotiations as a member of the Indonesian Delegation at the UN Forest Forum in New York in 2014 and the REDD+ climate change negotiations.
Mr. Jatna was also the first Indonesian to head up a conservation program for a major international organisation in his role as vice president of Conservation International.
Aida Greenbury spearheads sustainability for Asia Pulp & Paper Group (APP), one of the largest pulp and paper producers in the world. The group manages dozens of manufacturing sites and substantial pulpwood concessions.
Supported by a global sustainability team and various international best-in-field experts, Aida works to ensure a long-term economic, social and environmental approach to paper-making through multi stakeholder coordination and ground-level action.
Since joining the company in 2004, Ms. Greenbury has been the key player behind major sustainability achievements in APP’s supply chains, forest conservation programs and is the chief architect of both APP’s Sustainability Roadmap: Vision 2020, launched in June 2012, and APP’s Forest Conservation Policy which came into effect in February 2013.
Her ambition to drive the company towards leadership in sustainability is also reflected in the company’s 2014 commitment to help protect and restore rainforest landscapes in Indonesia. Aida has initiated a strict material traceability verification and risk evaluation policy along with the associated audit process. This policy required APP to restructure its supply chains and is implemented to ensure the sustainability of all fiber entering APP pulp mills.
For many of APP’s stakeholders, Ms. Greenbury’s most important contribution has been to develop the company’s approach to transparency and disclosure. This has included working directly with Greenpeace since 2013 on the development of sustainability policies and separately inviting the Rainforest Alliance to undertake its first ever evaluation of a deforestation free policy and agreeing to the report being published in full (2015) for all observers to review.
Ms. Greenbury frequently speaks at global sustainability seminars and events, provides advice for inter-governmental sustainability policies and is a spokesperson for APP’s sustainability program in the international media.
Elim Sritaba is the Director of Strategy and Corporate HR at Sinar Mas Forestry (SMF), Asia Pulp & Paper’s plantation forest management organization. Ms. Sritaba has been responsible for leading the implementation of APP’s Forest Conservation Policy (FCP) at Sinar Mas Forestry since the launch of the policy in 2013. She is also currently responsible for supporting the Human Resources and General Affairs Division of Sinar Mas Forestry, a role she took on in April 2014.
Ms. Sritaba joined Sinar Mas Forestry in 2005 and was responsible for assisting the Chief Administration Officer with operational business practice improvement.
Ms. Sritaba holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Banking and Finance from the Nitro Institute of Banking and Finance and has more than 20 years of experience across finance, forestry as well as supply chain and business process management. Ms. Sritaba is currently a business champion for the strategic transformation process launched at Sinar Mas Forestry in late 2014.
Agus Purnomo is Director of Sinar Mas Agro Resources and Technology (SMART), Indonesia.
Previously, Mr. Purnomo served as Special Assistant to the President of Indonesia for Climate Change from 2010 to 2014. He also held the position of Special Assistant to the Minister of Environment and Head of the Indonesian Delegation in five of the six United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) negotiation meetings.
Prior to his government appointments, Mr. Purnomo was Executive Director of World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Indonesia from 2004 to 2009; Executive Director of Pelangi Indonesia, a policy research institute, from 1996 to 2003; and Executive Director of the Indonesian Forum for the Environment from 1992 to 1996.
Mr. Purnomo holds an MBA from Prasetya Mulya Management Institute in Jakarta and an MA from the Department of Urban and Environmental Policy at Tufts University in the US.