Randiano Tamelan


After years of working and living with indigenous communities in West Timor, Randi believes that solutions to various challenges could be found through local wisdom and knowledge.

With a Master's degree from the University of Sydney in Development Studies, Randi is interested to combine ethnographic study and Kopernik's lean experimentation approach as a way to find better solutions for challenges faced by last mile communities. Prior to Kopernik, Randi was actively involved with various non-profit organizations and was a Project Coordinator at Lakoat Kujawas focusing on indigenous community empowerment in Mollo, East Nusa Tenggara. As a Bachelor of Nursing, he is also passionate about issues such as well-being and sexual reproductive health. During his spare time, Randi enjoys drawing cartoons and going out with his friends.