Grace Sibarani, MSc

Grace Sibarani is a dedicated development worker specializing in qualitative research, community development, and charity projects. She holds a Master of International Development from Wageningen University and Research, with a specialization in Inclusive Innovation, Communication, and Development. Her thesis focused on deliberative and performative participation in the community-driven resettlement project of Mount Sinabung, Indonesia, where she conducted extensive fieldwork. Grace’s professional experience includes serving as a Research Assistant and Translator at the SenSor Project in Central Kalimantan, where she conducted qualitative ethnographic research and socio-economic surveys with oil palm smallholders. She is skilled in public relations campaigns, research impact assessment, and knowledge management, utilizing participatory methods to engage communities effectively. Grace excels in advocacy and policy development, field research, and project implementation, with a strong capability in donor relations and fundraising. Additionally, she is proficient in training and public speaking, making her a versatile asset in development work. Grace’s comprehensive expertise and field experience in Indonesia highlight her commitment to translating research into impactful development initiatives. Email: