Project Manager, Indonesia
Imam Syuhada is Indonesia project Manager at IPNLF. He is an experienced Project Manager with a demonstrated history of working in a non-profit organization, educational institution, and governmental office. Skilled in sustainable development, coastal community development, marine conservation, environmental awareness, marine debris, and fisheries outreach program.
Before joining with IPNLF, He worked for WWF and spent more than two years in West Papua where he lived among the native coastal community and traditional fishers. His experience has then led his career to lead an ambitious fisheries outreach program in Maluku and Papua with the funding from the Australian government trough Coral Triangle Center where he worked closely with Southeast Maluku and Merauke District government in developing fisheries improvement program, coastal community livelihood program and waste net recycling program.
Imam enjoys cooking, diving, traveling, and gardening. He loves learning from inspirational figures, history, and obscure little facts. He received the B.Sc. degree in Marine Science from the Diponegoro University, and an M.S. and Ph.D. degree from the University of Rhode Island, the USA, in 2011 and 2014, respectively.