Sri Mulyani Indrawati (born 26 August 1962).
Sri Mulyani was born in Tanjung Karang (now called Bandar Lampung) in Lampung, Sumatra, on August 26, 1962. She is the seventh child of university lecturers Prof. Satmoko and Retno Sriningsih.
She obtained her degree from Universitas Indonesia in 1986. Sri Mulyani received her master and doctorate in economics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1992. In 2001, Mulyani left for Atlanta, Georgia, to serve as a consultant with the US Agency for International Development (USAID) for programs to strengthen Indonesia’s autonomy. She also lectured on the Indonesian economy as visiting professor at the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at the Georgia State University. From 2002 to 2004 she was an executive director on the board of the International Monetary Fund representing 12 economies in Southeast Asia.
She is married to economist Tony Sumartono, with whom she has three children. She is a professional economist and has no political affiliation.
Hoạt động và sự nghiệp
- Indrawati returned to her role as minister of finance for Indonesia after serving as managing director and COO of the World Bank.
- As minister of finance, she is increasing state revenue through tax reforms that will expand e-filing services and boost taxpayer compliance.
- This year Indrawati received the prestigious Best Minister award at the World Government Summit for her efforts to implement reforms.
- While at the World Bank, she used her platform to promote gender equality.
- Indrawati served as Indonesia’s minister of finance from 2005 to 2010, helping to guide the country’s transition from autocracy to democracy.