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Faradesi Ardialisa

Senior Project Lead, Partnerships


Fara is a seasoned Partnerships Lead with a global portfolio spanning public and private sectors. Passionate about circularity, climate and sustainability, she excels in fostering impactful collaborations that help shape society and future generations.

In her previous work at a global consulting firm based in the UK, Fara played a key role in forging partnerships notable initiatives like the National Plastic Action Partnership (NPAP) in Indonesia. Her expertise lies in building and nurturing relationships with stakeholders, including governments, NGOs and private entities. Fara's strategic approach facilitated the establishment of task forces and facilitated innovative solutions to reduce marine plastic waste. She also led the coordination of a team across 10 different countries in delivering the Bloomberg Philanthropies program.

Outside work, Fara prioritizes mindfulness through yoga and meditation. She is enthusiastic about Delterra's environmental initiatives and aims to continue her journey of learning and impact. Fara resides in Bogor with her family, practicing and advocating for reduced environmental impact through the 5Rs.

Fara holds a BSc degree in Textiles Science and Technology from the University of Manchester, an MM degree in Sustainable Business Development from Bogor Agriculture University, and has completed a short course in Public Policy Analysis at The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), enhancing her interdisciplinary skill set.

There is no silver bullet in overcoming the waste problem. Coordination with the right mindset is key to fostering collaborative effort, paving the way for truly sustainable and impactful solutions.”