Juli spent most of her childhood in Toba, North Sumatra. After completing high school in 2002 she pursued her Bachelor’s Degree in Economics at University of Jember, East Java. Following her graduation, Juli further relocated to Jakarta where she has stayed until now and worked at Kiroyan Partners since 2009.
Juli joined Kiroyan Partners in 2009 as an administration officer and was then promoted to become the Administration Manager in 2011. As Administration Manager, Juli holds the main responsibility of managing administration compliance of daily operations, internal and external audits, employees and intern hiring process. She has also been active in representing the company in major industry and corporate events. In 2016, she served as the delegation of Kiroyan Partners for the general meeting and the elections of Indonesia-Australian Business Council (IABC) president and executive board 2016 – 2018. In 2017, she participated in IABC conference “Making It Happen: Getting Trade and Investment Moving” as part of Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership (IA-CEPA) in Surabaya, East Java.
Prior to joining Kiroyan Partners, Juli was a dealer consultant at two different future trading companies based in Jakarta. As a dealer consultant, she was responsible for assisting clients in trading futures exchange products such as forex, index and commodities with meta-trader online and conventional platforms.
While studying at the university, Juli concluded two internships to enhance her skills and prepare her for entering the professional environment. Her first internship was at the finance and accounting of PT Australian Indonesia Milk Industries (Indomilk), Jakarta and the second was with the Regional House of Representatives (DPRD) Jember, East Java for the public relations function. The latter especially provided her with knowledge and skills in building relationship with stakeholders through opinion hearing of people protests.
- Bachelor degree in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Jember, East Java, Indonesia (2007).