Greta is responsible for the design, implementation and evaluation of short courses aimed at improving governance and policy skills for government personnel from the Indo-Pacific region. She is also engaged in business development activities on behalf of UQ International Development, particularly in the Indonesian market. Greta has worked previously in policy roles at both federal and state government levels. She has extensive experience in policy formulation, strategic planning, crisis management, intergovernmental relations and representational roles. In 2005,

Greta was posted to the Australian Embassy in Jakarta as Defence Policy Advisor, where she was in-country manager of Australia’s training and capacity building programs for the Indonesian Ministry of Defence. In addition, she has worked in the higher education sector focussed on building research collaborations and institutional linkages with Indonesian think-tank and university counterparts.

Greta contributes regularly to public policy debate on Indonesian defence and foreign policy issues and is author of a number of peer-reviewed publications on Indonesian foreign policy. She is a non-resident Research Fellow at the Perth USAsia Centre and Adjunct Lecturer at the School of Political Science and International Studies UQ. 

Qualifications

BA (Indonesian, Politics), M Int Security Studies, PhD (IntRel)

Featured projects Duration
Corruption eradication training in Indonesia
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
2015
Communicating policy for effective governance in Indonesia
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
2015
Livestock production and supply chains course
Coffey International Development/DFAT
2015