10 Indonesian Women Enter the Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia 2022 List

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International Women’s Day is celebrated on March 8 every year. This is a special moment for women all over the world, Mother.

This commemoration was created to voice gender equality and opportunities for women to have equal rights in all areas of life.

Currently there are many women who have achieved achievements in various fields. With courage, they managed to show that success is not determined by gender.



No kidding, their achievements have even been recognized by international magazines. There are 10 Indonesian women who have made it to the Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia 2022 list, Mother.

From artists to business people, here is a list of 10 Indonesian women who are included in the Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia 2022:

1. Prilly Latuconsina, actress

Who doesn’t know Prilly Latuconsina? Debuting since 2009, Prilly Latuconsina has been criss-crossing the Indonesian entertainment world.

Prilly is not only known as a soap opera actor. He also spread his wings to the big screen, web series, to presenters. His career was also supported by brilliant academic achievements.

The woman who graduated from the London School of Public Relations was a guest lecturer who taught at the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences (Fisipol) at Gajah Mada University (UGM). He is also often lined up as ambassadors, one of which is the Ambassador to Prevent Cervical Cancer.

3. Vina Muliana, Content Creator

Vina Muliana is a content creator who also works in the SOE sector. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Indonesia and a master’s degree at LSPR Newsdelivers.com.

Having had a career in journalism, he studied communication and public speaking until he served as a BUMN employee.

Vina Muliana’s achievements have been inscribed since 2014 when she was elected as None Newsdelivers.com, Bunda. Currently he has 6.7 million followers on TikTok, where he often shares career tips.

4. Dita Aisyah, Co-Founder of Binar Academy

Dita Aisyah serves as the Co-Founder and Chief Business Development Officer of Binar Academy, one of the non-formal educational institutions in Indonesia.

He founded Binar Academy in 2017, after he worked in a technology company the previous year.

Dita Aisyah founded the educational institution by focusing on bootcamps, webinars, and courses in technology such as software development, data analysis and digital marketing.

5. Nadia Amalia, CEO & Co-Founder Sribuu

Nadia Amalia has studied Master of Finance at the prestigious university, MIT. He is also an alumni of the Economics Study Program from the University of Indonesia.

Supported by her family, Nadia Amalia likes to work in the financial sector. In 2020, he made innovations to help young people manage their finances. He launched an application called Sribuu.

6. Nadia Fadhila, COO & Co-Founder Sribuu

Nadia Fadhila is also one of the great women behind the financial app Sribuu. He served as COO and Co-Founder.

Before pursuing a career, Nadia Fadhila Nadia Fadhila studied at Sciences Po, Paris to work in the field of Social Sciences.

7. Francisca Susan, CTO & Co-Founder Sribuu

Joined by Nadia Amalia and Nadia Fadhila, Fransisca Susan is the CTO and Co-Founder of the financial application Sribuu.

Currently he is undergoing a doctoral study program at the MIT Research Center, United States of America. He has interests in the fields of machine learning, combinatorial algorithms, approximation algorithms, and mechanism design.

8. Sherlyn Adhianni Gautama, ASTRO Co-Founder

Sherlyn Adhianni Gautama is the Co-Founder of ASTRO, a Newsdelivers.com-based provider of vegetable and daily product delivery services.

9. Marcella Moniaga, Co-Founder ASTRO

Marcella Moniaga who also joined ASTRO’s Co-Founder managed to get a place in the Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia 2022, Bunda.

Together with Sherlyn, they work together to quickly meet the basic needs of the people of Newsdelivers.com with their application.

10. Dian Fiona, Founder JINISO

Successful women this time came from the fashion sector. Initially, Dian Fiona sold jeans made by her father, which did not have a brand.

He then launched a brand called JINISO in 2018 online. Currently, his business is one of the well-known local fashion brands in the country, selling thousands of pants every day.

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