Indonesian Diaspora Network Southern California

Comments

Transcription

Indonesian Diaspora Network Southern California
2015 Awards Luncheon Awards Recipients
Indonesian Diaspora Network – Southern California
Confidential © 2014 DeuxCon Corp.
Julia Gouw
Ms. Julia S. Gouw has been the President and Chief
Operating Officer of East West Bancorp, Inc. since
November 30, 2009.
East West Bank is a bank based in the state of California
in the United States, with assets of $29.9 billion and a
market capitalization of over $5.8 billion. Under Gouw’s
leadership, East West achieved 11 consecutive years of
record earnings.
Gouw has been ranked among the “25 Most Powerful Women in Banking” five times
by American Banker Magazine and has twice received the Los Angeles Business Journal’s
“Women Making a Difference” award. She has also been recognized in Los Angeles
Business Journal’s “L.A.’s Top Women in Finance”. Gouw has been named Philanthropist
of the Year by the National Association of Women Business Owners in Los Angeles. She
has also been featured in the book Women Leaders at Work – Untold Tales of Women
Achieving Their Ambitions alongside a select group of women founders and CEOs.
Confidential © 2014 DeuxCon Corp.
Dr. Boen Setiawan PhD
At 80, Dr. Boen has built Kalbe Farma into
the country's largest pharmaceutical
company in Southeast Asia, and still sees
plenty of growth ahead.
Kalbe Farma is known as the country's
largest pharmaceutical company, under
the long-time leadership of its founder, Dr.
Boenjamin Setiawan, known affectionately
as Dr. Boen. Now in its 47th year of
operation, Kalbe has moved well beyond
its core franchise into a host of other
businesses related to a focus on
healthcare and wellness. That
diversification includes hospitals,
distribution, nutritional and consumer
products.*
Confidential © 2014 DeuxCon Corp.
* Sources: Kalbe and Forbes
Prof. Wenten Nyoman
Adjunct Associate Professor
Music of Bali ensemble
Education:
Ph.D. Ethnomusicology, UCLA;
Advanced Degree from the National Academy of Dance
in Jogyakarta, Java;
Degree from the Music and Dance Conservatory in Bali.
I Nyoman Wenten is one of Bali's most versatile dancers and musicians. He is well known for
his abilities in Javanese as well as his native Balinese dance and music. He has taught at the
National Academy of Dance in both Bali and Java, and at many music and dance programs in
the United States including the Center for World Music, San Jose State University, University
of Wisconsin, University of Washington, San Francisco State University, UCLA, UCSD and San
Diego State University. He has toured and performed throughout the United States, the
People's Republic of China, the Philippines, Japan, Mexico, and Europe. In addition to
teaching at UCLA, he is currently Chair of Balinese and Javanese Music and Dance, World
Music at California Institute of the Arts.
Confidential © 2014 DeuxCon Corp.
Tania Gunadi
Tania Gunadi is an Indonesian-born American actress. She is
best known for her series regular role as Emma Lau on the
Disney XD series Aaron Stone (2010), as Miko Nakadai on the
Hub series Transformers Prime (2012) and the YouTube
webseries MyMusic (2012). She is also known for her roles in
Disney Channel original films Pixel Perfect (2004) Go Figure
(2005), and her role as Princess Dee in Disney Junior's
Imagination Movers (2012). Her film resume includes Hallmark
Hall of Fame "The Magic of Ordinary Days", feature films "Bob
Funk", "Possession" and "Zambezia In 2012 she recorded an
animated pilot Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero (Disney XD).
Gunadi supports Alley Cat Allies, a nonprofit advocacy organization dedicated to
transforming communities to protect and improve the lives of cats. In 2011, Gunadi
appeared in commercials for Honda and Target. Since 2012, Gunadi has been involved in
a YouTube show called MyMusic.
Confidential © 2014 DeuxCon Corp.
The Havelaars
My name is Jeff Havelaar. I’m of Dutch-Indonesian
decent, and was born in Jakarta, Indonesia. My wife
Noorita(aka Inong) was also born in Indonesia. We
lived in Holland for 3 years before immigrating to Los
Angeles in 1960. My brothers and I were inspired by
my parents to help anyone in need. She was working
as a Clinical Nursing Assistant in an Elder Care Facility
in 1998. I was impressed with the interaction
between her and the elderly clients.
We have done numerous fundraisers to help rebuild
an elementary school, support an orphanage for
building an high in East Kalimantan, Indonesia.
Helped the flood victims in Merapi volcano victims.
Helped raised funds to pay for final internment
expenses for dying cancer victims and, setup bank
accounts their child
Confidential © 2014 DeuxCon Corp.