Before joining KIFC in January 2020, Sung-gil Lee worked for Future Forest as Head of International Cooperation Team, UNDP Timor-Leste as Specialist for Environment and Korea University Institute of Environment and Ecology as a researcher. His expertise includes environmental governance, sustainable land/forest management and international forestry cooperation.
Danu was assigned as the 4th Indonesia Co-Director of KIFC since August 2020. He has master degree from Faculty of Economy - University of Indonesia, with his bachelor degree is from Faculty of Forestry - IPB. Before join KIFC, he previously works for FORDA related to cooperation, publication, planning, etc. His last position is Deputy Director of General Affairs and Finance, Secretariat of FORDA
Sugeng Marsudiarto has been joining with the KIFC since February 2014 as the Indonesian Co-Director, and since August 2020 as the Advisor for KIFC. He is Master graduate on Development Training and Education, from the University of Wolverhampton (UK). Previously, he working for the Ministry of Forestry since 1985. His last position is Deputy Director at the Directorate of Social Forestry.
Kim was assigned as the Project Manager of the Peatland Restoration Project since December 2020. He graduated from Chonnam National University, Korea. After the Officer Candidate Course in 2001, served as a FSO at the 20th Division and as a Liaison Officer at the 7th Corps Artillery in Republic of Korea Army. Besides that, Kim also active in World Organization of the Scout Movement.
Lee Young Ju is joined KIFC an as assistant of Korean Co-Director. Her role in KIFC is an expert on communication and project management. Previously, Lee finished her bachelor degree at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea, and then continued master degree from University of Indonesia in 2005.
Syifa graduated from IPB University, majoring in Forest Management. She joined KIFC in 2015 as project officer for project management unit of Korea-Indonesia FMU/REDD+ joint project at Tasik Besar Serkap, Riau Province. After the project was completed, Syifa continued her career in KIFC as an administrative unit.
After graduating from IPB University, Bima started his career as a communication assistant intern at Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), then joined KIFC in 2019 as a project officer for the restoration of burnt peatland in Jambi. His role is to support and manage the implementation of Peatland joint project.
Pandu is a forestry graduate from IPB University. He joined KIFC in 2020. He previously works for NGO, Yayasan WWF Indonesia, as Technical Assistant of Kalimantan Forest and Freshwater. Currently, as a program officer of KIFC, his role is to support KIFC's activities and projects, as well as as the social networking system developer.