As Research Manager, Bella is responsible to manage the day-to-day agenda as well as the development of the organization’s research division. Possessing a Master’s degree in Health Economics from the University of Queensland, Bella envisions to contribute in strengthening the quality and widening the portfolio of the research division in health economics.
Prior to joining CISDI, Bella already possessed a strong track record in various research institutes. She was a research assistant at the Institute of Economic and Social Research, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Indonesia; a research assistant at the Center of Micro and Small Enterprises, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Indonesia; an intern at Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (JPAL); and an intern at LAPOR!, a program developed by the President’s Delivery Unit for Development Monitoring and Oversight (UKP4). Her portfolio covers a wide arrange of research topic from the National Health Insurance (JKN), poverty, and small medium enterprises. Her sharp skillset and knowledge showcased since college granted her the opportunities of exchange student at the School of International Liberal Studies, Waseda University at Tokyo in 2014-2015. Completing her bachelor degree as the top 5% economic students and top 3 economics graduate with cum laude predicate, she then pursued her Master’s degree in Health Economics at the University of Queensland where she was awarded Dean’s Commendation from the School of Business, Economics, and Law (BEL) program at the university.
Bachelor of Economics, University of Indonesia
Master of Health Economics, the University of Queensland
Areas of Expertise
Quantitative Research, Health Economics