Meet The Team
Partnerships and Growth
Joyce is currently completing her degree in Accountancy at the University of San Carlos as a final year student. Her diverse experience include roles in various socio-civic engagements, as Chairperson for Cebu City’s first local education fair (CCLYDO) to empower prospective college students, being team lead for an awarded development project pitch under RAFI, Inc.’s flagship leadership program, and participating in the Partnership for Youth (P4Y): Shaping Vision 2030 program in Hawaii and Japan as a Philippine representative.
To learn quickly about her interests in the overlap of business development, technology, and innovation powered by people, she likes to join case studies and win some of them, with the goal of understanding how people use these functions in building linkages to improve lives. As a firm believer in experiential learning, Joyce hopes to grow professionally and expand her limits, being a force for good.
Marisa graduated from Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
She is constantly on the lookout for conversation opportunities to engage with like-minded change makers in the digital and sustainability arenas, within and beyond the ASEAN region.
Residing in Melbourne, Emily consults in the areas of social finance, procurement, strategy and capacity building to Australian not-for-profits, trusts and foundations.
Emily holds a Master of International Relations from the University of Melbourne where she specialised in international security, humanitarian law and policymaking, completing part of her studies at the University of Oxford.
Outside of work, Emily campaigns and is involved in community organising for refugees and asylum seeker rights, and sits on the Human Rights Watch Melbourne committee.
Hi! I’m Adam Fathir from Indonesia. I currently work in a public relations firm based in Jakarta. I just recently graduated from Telkom University. During my studies, I have been involved in many activities such as Magang Kampus Merdeka, AIESEC Global Volunteer, and 10+ campus organizations involvement.
It’s been a joyful ride to be part of AASYP, where I consider AASYP as a robust pipeline to engage and build knowledge with the youth of ASEAN and Australia, and I just so can’t wait to contribute to more action along the year!
Lala Khoiru Nisa
Recently moved to Jakarta, Nabila (Lala) works at Katalis, an Indonesia-Australia economic partnership program. She is a graduate of International Relations, specialising in Peace and Conflict. She formerly worked at the Australian Consortium for ‘In-Country’ Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) where she discovered AASYP. She served as Digital Events Director before stepping into the Partnership team.
To her, AASYP is a great space to build your professional skills and network, while building stronger regional ties. She enjoys reading and being out in nature for leisure.