About Us

We are a niche education consultancy serving Indonesian and English speakers. In providing our services, we upheld intercultural understanding and social justice as our core values. Our mission is to break down linguistic and cultural barriers in an age of polarisation and prejudice. Our aim is to use knowledge to transform relationships, build empathy and forge constructive partnerships.

Our team members have extensive experience doing market and academic research. They had previously worked on research projects conducted by various institutions and government bodies such as the Indonesian Minister of Tourism, the British Council, the Tony Blair Faith Foundation, the Social Innovation Partnership (TSIP), and the Indonesian Embassy in London.

Our language experts have more than 20 years of experience (in total) in providing language services. Our experts had previously provide language services for the World Bank, the British Museum, the National Health Service (NHS), the West Java government, the Foreign Commonwealth Office (FCO), Kew Garden, SOAS University of London, and the Indonesian Embassy in London.

Our Co-founders

Elisa Brewis, PhD

Elisa Brewis is a native English speaker and a fluent Indonesian speaker. She completed her PhD in Education Policy and Practice at the UCL Institute of Education. She did her MA in Southeast Asian Studies and BA in History and Indonesian at SOAS, University of London. She was a Dharmasiswa scholarship recipient; she learned Sundanese language and culture at Universitas Padjajaran. Fun fact: She loves nasi liwet!

Dorothy Ferary, FHEA

Dorothy Ferary is a native Indonesian speaker and a fluent English speaker. She is currently completing her PhD in Gender, Education, and Development at the UCL Institute of Education. She holds an Msc in Development Management from the London School of Economics and a BA in Business Administration from the University of Hertfordshire. She did an exchange study at Jonkoping International Business School, Sweden and was a visiting scholar at the University of the Free State, South Africa. Fun fact: She always travels with her plush lion, Leo!

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