Nadya Pryana

Staff
Nadya Pryana

Associate LMC Manager

Nadya enjoys her role as Associate Manager in the Last Mile Consulting team, delivering strategic consulting services to international corporations and NGOs, as well as specialising in development of life-improving products and services targeted for Bottom-of-Pyramid market and poor communities. Her vision is to identify the needs of least fortunate communities, especially the urban poor, and formulate solutions to tackle long-standing development challenges by applying her extensive skill of field research and data analysis. Holding a Social Psychology & Community degree and years of professional research experience, Nadya has been working with clients and partners from various sector, ranging from urban livelihood, poverty, settlements, wasen, to FMCG and finance, among many others. Outside of work, she loves to volunteer in youth organizations, write in her blog, and read history books.

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Kopernik in action:
04 May 2017

KOPERNIK PARTNERS WITH OTSUKA PHARMACEUTICAL AND JICA TO ASSIST TB PATIENTS IN INDONESIA WITH MOBILE PHONE APP »

Declared by the World Health Organisation (WHO, 2015) as one of the world’s most fatal infectious diseases, Tuberculosis (TB) has been included in the 2015 Sustainable Development Goals agenda to be eradicated by 2030. Even now, the TB bacterium does not discriminate, infecting people from a broad range of socio-economic backgrounds and regions around the world.

By Nadya Pryana

Kopernik insights:
28 February 2017

INEFFECTIVE DRYING CAUSES $3 BILLION LOSS ACROSS 10 AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES IN INDONESIA »

In our latest agricultural research, we wanted to better understand the post-harvest challenges faced by smallholder farmers in Indonesia. By interviewing farmers and other stakeholders, we found that ineffective crop drying techniques - a common step in the value chain of many commodities - are one of the major causes of economic losses in the agricultural sector.

By Nadya Pryana

Kopernik in action:
20 November 2015
An unsightly horror: cows grazing trash in a dumpsite. Photo by Nadya Pryana / Kopernik

Turning Trash into Treasure »

Many nonprofits in Bali have made major strides in raising public awareness and recycling waste. Kopernik wants to address the deep-rooted issues that are preventing a scalable solution. Since we are all about identifying and building sustainable and profitable solutions around transformative technologies, we think, how can we use technology to make waste management in Bali more efficient?

By Nadya Pryana