Wulan joined Binus University International in 2008 as Student Affairs Coordinator. Her scope of work and responsibility include managing and supervising students’ non-academic activity, rendering counseling services and facilitating community development programs. In 2011, Wulan also joined the International Business program and delivered subjects with ethics and human-behavior relevance. In 2019, Wulan resumed position as Counseling Section Head, under Student Advisory & Support Center [SASC], responsible to render counseling services for students.
As a seasoned clinical psychologist with years of experience working for national and international humanitarian agencies, Wulan continues to express her strong interests in engaging herself with social causes in non-profit sectors. Specializing herself in crisis intervention and trauma recovery, in 2011, Wulan co-established an NGO named Lentera Sintas Indonesia to provide psychological assistance for victims of sexual violence. Wulan has also exercised her diplomacy skills by joining Indonesian delegates in Track II Diplomacy programs for non-state actors to New Zealand and MIKTA [Mexico, Indonesia, Korea, Turkey & Australia] Middle Power Countries Assembly.
Currently, Wulan is enrolled in a PhD program with University of Indonesia majoring in Political Psychology. In her spare time, she enjoys networking with a wide range of communities and volunteering for causes.
2018 – ongoing University of Indonesia, PhD in Psychology
2002 – 2004 University of Indonesia, Master in Clinical Psychology
1997 – 2002 Atma Jaya Catholic University, Bachelor in Psychology
In relevance with her dissertation research, Wulan’s focus includes religious intolerance, collective actions, non-violent extremism, political narratives and peacebuilding initiatives.
Ongoing Research Projects
Conference Proceedings & Publications
Academic Journal Reviewer
Other Projects and Credentials
2017 – ongoing Project CERITA, a peacebuilding initiative by The Habibie Center to promote tolerance and inclusivity, conducted in cities in Indonesia and expanding to ASEAN countries
2017 – ongoing Certified National Trainer for Active Citizens program by the British Council
2018 – 2019 BINUS Executive Education – Trainer for Daiichi Young Leadership Program
Cochrane, J. (2017, December 09). In Indonesia, Women Begin to Fight ‘Epidemic’ of Street Harassment. Retrieved from https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/09/world/asia/indonesia-sexual-harassment.html
Kuhlewein, M., & Octaviani, R. (2018, November 29). Contesting Culture of Sexual Violence against Indonesian Women. Retrieved from https://en.tempo.co/read/923858/contesting-culture-of-sexual-violence-against-indonesian-women/full&view=ok
Lestari, S. (2017, October 21). 100 Women: Pengalaman korban perkosaan saat melapor ke polisi – BBC News Indonesia. Retrieved from https://www.bbc.com/indonesia/indonesia-41691743
Priherdityo, E. (2016, July 22). Pelecehan Seksual Verbal Dianggap Lumrah di Indonesia. Retrieved from https://www.cnnindonesia.com/gaya-hidup/20160722103508-277-146296/pelecehan-seksual-verbal-dianggap-lumrah-di-indonesia
Savitri, N. (2018, December 26). Pemahaman Tentang Kekerasan Seksual Bisa Ganjal Perlindungan Korban. Retrieved from https://www.abc.net.au/indonesian/2018-12-26/uncompleted_perempuan-korban-kekerasan-seksual-menanti-kepastia/10644880