Keynote Speakers

1. Prof. Dr. Ramli Utina (Universitas Negeri Gorontalo, Indonesia)
2. Prof. Dr. Winarni Monoarfa (Universitas Hasanudin Makassar, Indonesia)
3. Dr. Lida Pet Soede (PT Hatfield Indonesia Bali; formerly WWF/WWF Indonesia)
4. Dr. Graham Eagleton (VIDA Australia; Bogor Botanic Garden, Indonesia)

 

Short curiculum vittae

  • Prof. Dr. Ramli Utina

    Prof. Dr. Ramli Utina was born on August 4, 1955. He received a bachelor at Sam Ratulangi University in Gorontalo (1985), while the master (1998) and doctorate (2005) obtained at the State University of Jakarta. He is a professor at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, State University of Gorontalo (UNG). His research interests include medicinal plants, conservation of marine and coastal ecosystems, especially mangrove and shorebirds, and policy and environmental education. He is head of the Center for Coastal Ecology based on Local Wisdom (PKEPKL) UNG Gorontalo. He was awarded as exemplary lecturer UNG and Satyalancana Karya Satya 20 Years (2005) and 30 years (2012).

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    Email: ramliutina@yahoo.com

     

  • Prof. Dr. Winarni Monoarfa

    Prof. Dr. Winarni Dien Monoarfa was born in Gorontalo, November 21, 1962. She was Provincial Secretary of Gorontalo who served since January 13, 2012. She is a Professor at the Faculty of Marine Sciences and Fisheries, Hasanuddin University, Makassar, Indonesia (since 2004). In 2002, she was invited by Fadel Muhammad (The Governor of Gorontalo Province) to be the head of the Environment Agency, Research and Environmental Impact Area (BALITBANGPEDALDA) Gorontalo (2002-2004). In 2003 she was elected as the Chairman of the Regional Research Council, Gorontalo Province, and in 2004 was appointed as Head of Regional Development Planning Agency of Gorontalo Province (2004-2012). She is the best participants of Regular Defense Education Program (2007), so-called 'Seroja dari Timur'. In 2008 (until now) he was appointed as Chairman of the KTI Forum (Eastern Indonesia Forum ). She reached the top of her career as Provincial Secretary of Gorontalo since 2012. Beside, she was the Chairman of ICMI Gorontalo Province and established the School of Al-Azhar 46 in Gorontalo Province.

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  • Dr. Lida Pet Soede

    Dr. Lida Pet Soede was born in the Netherland. She holds graduate degrees (B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D.) in Tropical Fisheries Biology and Management all from Wageningen Agricultural University (1986-2000), The Netherlands. Major disciplines were fisheries biology and - management, socio-economics of developing countries, and fish culture. She conducted her Ph.D. research in Indonesia, supervised more than 150 students over the years, many of which have jobs in conservation and fisheries management and she co-authored more than 60 papers and publications. Lida is a senior strategic conservation and fisheries management professional with practical, policy, technical and management skills. She is a leader in developing new programs, initiating multi-partner platforms and a strong and effective motivator for the related required organizational change. She has extensive experience in developing effective collaborative networks, capable motivated global teams and strategic partnerships (government, private sector, academia, and NGOs). She also boosts a proven track record in achieving conservation and natural resource management agenda, is known to her colleagues as a passionate high achiever and strong team builder.
    Currently, Lida leads development of a new marine unit at PT Hatfield Indonesia, an environmental consulting firm established 26 years ago in Indonesia, with headquarters in Canada and activities throughout Southeast Asia. Formerly, she works at WWF/WWF Indonesia for several position such as Strategic Development Leader - Marine Program (2010-2015), Senior Representative Global Marine Program (2014-2015), Head of Program - Coral Triangle Initiative (2007-2013) and Marine Director Program (2003-2007). She is an avid diver;enjoys living in Indonesia with her family and takes trips around Indonesia showing her two daughters the beauty of the Coral Triangle.

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    Email: LPetSoede@hatfieldgroup.com    

     

  • Dr. Graham Eagleton

    Dr. Graham Eagleton was born in Australia. He received a bachelor at the University of New South Wales, a master degree at the Australian National University and a Ph.D. at the University of Western Australia. Since 2011, he is a Research Assistant of VIDA (Volunteering for International Development from Australia) assigned as English Language Mentor and Editor at Bogor Botanic Garden, West Java, Indonesia. He has a research interest in the Leguminosae, especially winged bean or kecipir (Psophocarpus tetragonolobus); and has been working on the species since 1980s with the University of Western Australia and Universiti Pertanian Malaysia.

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    Email: grahameagleton@gmail.com

  • NOTE:

  • If possible, the committee will select 1-2 manuscripts of participants to be presented during the plenary session with the keynote speakers. After the conference, the presentation and a brief biography of researchers will be uploaded on this page as keynote speakers.