Mee Kim

 

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Mee Kim is a co-founder of The Learning Farm. She started her business in Indonesia and has made this country her second home. She believes that the future of our nation relies on two things - agriculture and education. Her concern to the lives of many underprivileged young people and her beliefs on agriculture and education as the way forward has encouraged her to establish The Learning Farm - it is her way of giving back on what she already received from this country.

 

 

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Gouri Mirpuri


Gouri Mirpuri is passionate about social entrepreneurship, youth empowerment and environmental sustainability. She​ has combined these interests in her active role as co-founder of The Learning Farm. Gouri's experiences with getting this organization off its feet led her to start the first co-working space for social entrepreneurs in Singapore. Today Gouri lives in Washington DC, although her heart and her life's work remain firmly in Asia and with The Learning Farm.

 

 

 

 

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Christian van Schoote


Christian has been based in Jakarta since 1998. A lover of the outdoors and passionate about improving the lot of the less fortunate of his adoptive country, he joined the Pembina of The Learning Farm in early 2007.

 

 

 

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Laksmi Djuwita


Laksmi joined the board in 2008. She is a member of the advisory committee for the PwC Indonesia Corporate Responsibility initiatives and actively contributes to the improvement of her country.

 

 

 

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Somya Panigoro 


Sommy, who joined our board in 2008, is involved in a number of social activities related to the provision of education for vulnerable youth. She hopes this program can keep on running to give this second chance to so many young lives.

 

 

 

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Deborah Iskandar


Deborah was inspired to join the board of TLF to help support small-scale sustainable development. She believes that by learning organic farming the youth can help protect the environment and most importantly learn a skill that can help produce a higher value added project.

 

 

 

 

 

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Mariko Asmara


Mariko joined The Learning Farm Board in the beginning of 2015. A successful businesswoman in her own respect, Mariko feels the need to contribute to her society for a better Indonesia. She is convinced that given the right education and access to decent job, we can help someone regain his/her dignity as human being. Mariko believes that TLF shares her passion and together we will embark in a greater mission to provide young under privileged Indonesian with a better chance in life and to reach for their dreams.

 


 

 

 

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Rachel Malik


Rachel joined the board in 2016. She has a background in heath systems development and maternal heath, and worked for several years (prior to living in Jakarta) as a midwife in London.  She is passionate about the importance of education and ensuring that underprivileged young people are given the opportunities and education to achieve their potential and develop the necessary skills to contribute to their communities.

 

 

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See Mun Suparno


See Mun Suparno is passionate about education, stewardship and building the next generation of 'global' citizen. She founded Ichtus School and is managing director for the Kinderland Preschools and Kindergartens in Jakarta. The vision of The Learning Farm excites her because it is in line with her passion. She loves working with a team who cares about planting the "seeds of hope" in vulnerable youth through education and stewardship. At home, she enjoys cooking and being a good steward in the creative arts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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