Ocean Plastic Prevention Accelerator
The Ocean Plastic Prevention Accelerator (OPPA) program is supported by The Incubation Network,
Indonesia is the second largest country in the world that produces ocean plastic pollution due to ineffective waste management and recycling systems.
The Ocean Plastic Prevention Accelerator is a social innovation ecosystem builder program that fosters
a collaborative network for innovative solutions to build a more inclusive and circular waste economy in addressing the ocean plastic leakage in Indonesia. OPPA works together with businesses, innovators, start-ups, multilateral organizations, and governments, to identify problems and gaps within the local waste ecosystems, and develops solutions to address them. OPPA’s activities have successfully closed gaps through acceleration programs, networking, facilitating collaboration, stakeholder engagement, and supporting government programs.
Klaus is the Program Manager for the Ocean Plastic Prevention Accelerator (OPPA) in Surabaya. He enjoys the work as he gets to coordinate an awesome team to support improvements in the local waste management system. Klaus is passionate about connecting people to improve systems. He finds it fascinating to see how much can be achieved through building the right relationships and creating mutual understanding. In the case of OPPA, we do this to create a shift in the economy towards seeing plastic as a resource, rather than waste.
Before joining SecondMuse, Klaus worked on the development of social innovation ecosystems. That experience was quite similar to the work at OPPA, and he is fascinated to see how concepts can be adapted from one context to another.
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Citra is an experienced Branding and Marketing professional with a Master's Degree in Marketing Management, and a Certificate in Social Impact Strategy from the University of Pennsylvania, USA. After graduatin with a Bachelor's Degree in 2004, she worked with international advertising agencies including BBDO, Ogilvy, TBWA and others in Jakarta and Singapore. There she was in charge of handling campaigns for brands like Anlene, Dove and Hewlett-Packard (HP).
In 2013, she decided to jump ship to the development sector by working for Kopernik, a global social enterprise based in Ubud, Bali. Later, she worked as Impact and Growth Director for Wobe, a Silicon Valley-funded social fintech statup in Sintapore. Citra moved to Bali in 2018 and started TinkerSpace which provides branding and marketing services for women and social entrepreneurs. She is currently building Makadaya, the first social enterprise/accelerator program in Bali. Makadaya is a collaboration between TinkerSpace and Bali Institute with its flagship Fellowship program.
Citra is an advocate of women's empowerment and social entrepreneurship. She considers herself a closet introvert, and lives in Bali with her husband and her adopted dogs.
LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/in/citrasavitri