Dr Angie Bexley

Dr Angie Bexley
Dr Angie Bexley

Dr Angie Bexley has over two decades of experience engaging on collaborative projects with Indonesia from the arts to social policy. Trained in cultural anthropology at the Australian National University, Angie is interested in improving collaborative research practice between Indonesia and Australia. She has published extensively on issues of postcolonial Indonesia-Timor-Leste relations, youth, and gender. She is the co-editor of Fieldwork in Timor-Leste: Understanding Social Change Through Practice (2017) and Gender Equality and Diversity in Indonesia: Identifying Progress and Challenges (2023). Angie is currently the Head of Technical Delivery, Partnerships, and GEDSI, KONEKSI.

Dr Angie Bexley memiliki pengalaman lebih dari dua dekade terlibat dalam proyek kolaborasi dengan Indonesia mulai dari bidang seni hingga kebijakan sosial. Angie yang merupakan lulusan antropologi budaya di Australian National University, tertarik untuk meningkatkan praktik penelitian kolaboratif antara Indonesia dan Australia. Ia telah banyak menerbitkan buku mengenai isu-isu hubungan pascakolonial Indonesia-Timor-Leste, pemuda, dan gender. Dia adalah salah satu editor dari Fieldwork in Timor-Leste: Understanding Social Change Through Practice (2017) dan Gender Equality and Diversity in Indonesia: Identifying Progress and Challenges (2023). Angie saat ini menjabat sebagai Head of Technical Delivery, Partnerships, dan GEDSI, KONEKSI.