Mrs. Inka Oktora, is an anthropologist. She holds a bachelor degree from Department of Anthropology, University of Indonesia.
Mrs. Inka is a researcher for more than 10 years experiences in qualitative and quantitative research conducted by UI Laboratory of Anthropology, World Bank, PT Adaro Energy TBK, PT Freeport Indonesia, ILO, Mine Serve International such as:
- Qualitative research about “Women’s Empowerment Program in Artisanal Small-Scale Gold Mining (ASGM), Sekotong, West Lombok
- qualitative research about “Ethnography of The Dayak within Adaro Project Area”
- Qualitative research about “Social Assessment on the 3 Villages inside PT. Freeport Indonesia Area (Waa, Aroanop, and Tsinga), Tembagapura District, Papua Province”
- Quantitative and qualitative research about “Artisanal Small Scale Gold Panners, Mimika Regency, Papua Province”
- Qualitative research about “Child Worker in Jabodetabek”
- Qualitative research about “Customary Land Ownership in Sugapa District, Paniai Regency, Papua”
- Quantitative and qualitative research about “Transformational Development Indicator (TDI)”
She is familiar in making and designing report based on baseline study or social mapping on Artisanal Small-Scale Gold Mining (ASGM).
Currently she work in Senopati Center as owner and teacher
Mrs. Inka is fluent in English both speaking and writing, excellent in developing reports also She has proven his capability in maintaining relationship with multi-stakeholders.