WHO'S WHO

Leading and Defining Indonesia

WHO'S WHO

A Multifaceted Career

WHO'S WHO

A Passion for Big Data

WHO'S WHO

Showbiz Icons

WHO'S WHO

Taking Indonesian Film to the World

WHO'S WHO

Taking Batik to the World

WHO'S WHO

Cultural Diplomat

WHO'S WHO

A Powerful Voice in Business

WHO'S WHO

Throwing Her Hat into the Political Ring

WHO'S WHO

The Making of Women Filmmakers

WHO'S WHO

The Face of Kamadjaja Logistics

WHO'S WHO

Returning to Her Roots

WHO'S WHO

Maia’s Midas Touch

WHO'S WHO

Ensuring a Sustainable Journey

WHO'S WHO

Singing Her Way to the Top

WHO'S WHO

Leading and Defining Indonesia

GlobeAsia’s list of Indonesia’s 99 most inspiring women is an homage to half of the country’s population that are all too often underrepresented. It serves to not only laud the achievements and stories of the inspirational women that shape this country, but also as a reminder of the unfinished and difficult path these women have helped to pave. By Anthony Wonsono

WHO'S WHO

A Multifaceted Career

As an indispensable part of the Indonesian film industry for more than 13 years, Marsha Timothy has...

WHO'S WHO

A Passion for Big Data

In an increasingly digital world, many companies have started to realize that they have been sitting in a treasure trove of customer data...

WHO'S WHO

Showbiz Icons

Luna Maya is a multi-hyphenate in the Indonesian entertainment industry. She is not only a television presenter, actress and model, but also an entrepreneur. Moreover, her 20-year journey in showbusiness has made her a social media influencer with 14.7 million followers on Instagram, placing her among the top-10 most-followed Indonesian celebrities on the platform. By Dhania Sarahtika / Photo By Moh. Defrizal

WHO'S WHO

Taking Indonesian Film to the World

Kamila Andini’s “The Seen and Unseen,” a surrealistic take on a child coping with grief, has gained popularity since winning awards...

WHO'S WHO

Taking Batik to the World

Lisa Mihardja, the brains behind batik brand Alleira, has taken great strides in raising the global...

WHO'S WHO

Cultural Diplomat

“Fighter” may be a proper word to describe Livia Notoharjono, better known as Livi Zheng, the first Indonesian to build a successful career as film director in Hollywood. By Lia Natalia / Photo By Yudha Baskoro