FOUNDER
  • Dr. MOCHTAR RIADY
  • Dr. ANUGERAH PEKERTI
  • Mr. HUSODO ANGKOSUBROTO
  • Ms. SHELLY K. LAKSONO
  • Mr. TRIADI PARMANA SUPARTA
  • Mr. RUDYAN KOPOT
 
ADVISORS
Chairman :
  • Mr. HUSODO ANGKOSUBROTO
Vice Chairman 1 :
  • Mr. SUKOWATI SOSRODJOJO
Vice Chairman 2 :
  • Mr. HARUN HAJADI
Members:
  • Dr. ANUGERAH PEKERTI
  • Mr. EMIL ARIFIN
  • Mr. GARIBALDI THOHIR
  • Mr. RUDYAN KOPOT
  • Mr. ANG KOK BIN
  • Mr. SOETJAHJONO WINARKO
 
EXECUTIVES
(June 2012 - July 2014)
President :
  • Mr. HOLIP SOEKAWAN
Vice President :
  • Mr. DJOKO N. LABBAIKA
Chairs:
  • Mr. ALBERT AMIDJAJA
  • Mr. ADRIANTO HERMAWI
  • Mr. ARIFIN TJANDRA
  • Mr. BAMBANG SUWARSO
  • Mr. BOBBY SETYADI
  • Mr. FRANS G. WIJAYA
  • Mr. LIEM TAU YOUNG
  • Ms. PATRICIA SUSANTO
  • Mr. SIGIT PRATAMA
  • Mr. WILLIAM GOMEZ
  • Mr. WILLIAM SUTIOSO
  • Ms. YULIANA LEONY
Secretary :
  • Mrs. VONNY IRAWAN
Treasurer :
  • Mr. JEFRY HAKIM
 
SUPERVISORS
Chairman :
  • Mr. ANDRU SUBOWO
Vice Chairman :
  • Mr. ROBBYANTO BUDIMAN
Members:
  • Ms. ANNE P. SUTANTO
  • Mr. ERIK SETIAWAN
  • Mr. KENNY WIRYA
  • Mr. NOBEL TANIHAHA
  • Mr. RICO SETIAWAN
  • Mr. SHELLY L. SILALAHI
  • Mr. WILSON PINADY
 
 

COMMITTEE PROFILE
Holip Soekawan (AUSCI President August 2010 - July 2012)


A 1994 graduate of the USC Marshall School's Entrepreneur program, Holip served as president of the USC Indonesian Student Association during his senior year. After a stint in the private sector, he was recruited by USC in 1998, to oversee the university's official Southeast Asia representative office in Jakarta. Holip co-founded ERHO Security Inc in 2005 and he is the current CEO of the private security services firm. He will begin his tenure as President of Yayasan Alumni USC Indonesia commencing August 2010. A published author, Holip's hobby includes reading and golfing. He resides in Jakarta with his wife and three children.

AUSCI, the Alumni of USC in Indonesia (AUSCI), has been one of the more well-known foreign alumni organizations in Indonesia. Our alma mater's rise in academia, and the school's various sports programs' achievements, helped pushed USC, and her alumni, further into the spotlight. The Indonesian Trojan Family, as USC's mascot is known, has been re energized by this surge of the school's popularity.

Yet there is only so much that an alumni organization can do, particularly when the alma mater is thousands of miles away. An organization is a reflection of its leader, and without a doubt, the USC alumni here is very fortunate that Husodo Angkosubroto took the leadership structure in 2006 until today.

Pak Husodo envisioned a self-running AUSCI, via the creation of an endowment fund for the alumni organization. This is a ground-breaking idea that will ensure AUSCI's longevity for, well, forever.

In 2009, AUSCI hosted our first USC Charity Ball, an event which ultimately allowed us to help build 25 libraries in Sidoarjo, West Java. Working with WIJABA, the non-profit the Word Is Just A Book Away foundation (led by USC faculty Dr. James Owens), AUSCI carried the torch and made it our mission to provide books to children in impoverished areas of Indonesia. We will be hosting our 2nd USC Charity Ball in October 2010, and our aim is to use the event's proceeds to build at least 10 libraries in earthquake-stricken Padang.

I am honored and humbled to take the leadership torch from Pak Husodo in August 2010. I will try to continue and develop his vision for a permanently vibrant USC alumni organization in Indonesia. An initiative which I would like to develop is the AUSCI's Cerdas Bang! program, i.e. for AUSCI to have a role in men-Cerdaskan Bangsa! Smarten up our nation's children. Give them access to books, and, perhaps in the long run, computers.

The world is indeed just a book away. Let's join forces in moving our alumni association to new heights.

As Trojans, we are playmakers. Together, we can make our alumni organization to be a playmaker in helping our nation vanquish illiteracy. Let's "FIGHT ON!"


Bobby Setyadi

Born in Jakarta on 2nd of April 1979, Bobby Setyadi earned his Bs in Economics with minor in Psychology from the University of Southern California. Upon returning to Indonesia in 2002, Bobby worked at PT Ujatek Baru, an appraisal and property consultant company as a financial analyst for 1.5 years. In 2003, Bobby started his career in PT Serasi Adibusana, a garment manufacturing company based in Jakarta as Production trainee and over the next few years, he was promoted to become the general manager of the company. He is now a director of PT Daya Satya, a private national company with interests in manufacturing and healthcare sectors.


Robbyanto Budiman

BS 87, married with 3 daughters, residing in Jakarta. CEO of PT WahanaArtha Harsaka, integrated motorcycle services from main dealership, dealership, financing, rental, second hand and logistics of Honda motorcycles.

AUSCI is a great way for networking among the alumni, current students and future students of USC and everyone connected to the Trojan family should support and participate in the organization to make it the most active and successful US School's alumni in Indonesia.


Hendra Sutandinata

Hendra Sutandinata is the Founder & CEO of MVCommerce, a company formed in 2002 to help eradicate poverty by increasing the competitiveness of micro-enterprises through improved access to financial services. MVCommerce operates the secure transaction infrastructure that enables banks and co-operatives to break free from existing economic and technology limitations and serve the working poor using their mobile phones and wireless terminals.

Mr. Sutandinata started his career with the PC industry pioneer Tandon Corporation in California; managed North American & Asia Product Marketing before returning to Indonesia in 1992 to become President of Zeuscom. The company became country's first PC manufacturer to build computers for global brands; when the Asian crisis hits Hendra shifted the company’s focus to technology management consulting for banks; including the banking systems integration for one of Asia’s largest merger of nine banks. Hendra received the BSc. and MSc. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Loyola Marymount University of Los Angeles, and an MBA from the University of Southern California; Hendra was inducted into the Young Presidents Organization and is an Asia Society Asia21 Fellow.