The Jakarta Post
Nine women appointed by President Joko 'Jokowi' Widodo to a committee to select Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) commissioner candidates are not public figures but have ties with the administration and state universities.
Destry Damayanti is an economist and fiscal expert. She has been chief economist at state-owned Bank Mandiri. She had been appointed to chair the selection committee.
Enny Nurbaningsih is a constitutional law expert from Gadjahmada University in Yogyakarta. She heads the National Law Development Agency, which is affiliated with the Law and Human Rights Affairs Ministry.
Harkristuti Harkrisnowo is a professor of criminal law at the law school of the University of Indonesia. She manages the Human Resources Development Agency at the Law and Human Rights Affairs Ministry.
Betti S. Alisjahbana is an engineer and information technology and management expert. Betti, also former general manager of ASEAN and South Asia IBM, is a lecturer at the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB).
Yenti Garnasih is a law expert and specialist in economic law and money laundering. She is also a lecturer at the law school at Trisakti University.
Supra Wimbarti is a psychology expert and specialtizes in education and human resources development. She is also the dean of the psychology department at Gadjahmada University in Yogyakarta.
Natalia Subagyo is a public administration expert and specializes in administration management. She is also secretary of the independent team for bureaucracy reform at the Administrative and Bureaucracy Reform Ministry.
Diani Sadiawati is a law expert and heads the law analysis directorate at the National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas)
Meuthia Ganie Rochman is a corruption and social capital sociologist and a lecturer at the social and political sciences school at the University of Indonesia. (rms)