Erlita Anwar is a professional in international affairs. She was an exchange participant of AIESEC and is a Fulbright alumna. She holds a BA degree in International Relations from Airlangga University and an MA degree in Diplomacy from the University of Kentucky. She graduated from mid-career diplomatic training.
Erlita is passionate about public diplomacy and has participated in the Asia-Europe Public Diplomacy Training Initiative. She serves at the Directorate of Public Diplomacy where she manages and promotes socio-cultural programmes, scholarship awards, as well as interfaith and intercultural dialogue.
Before that, she served at the Indonesian Mission in Prague as a junior diplomat and in Wellington as Second Secretary in Economic Affairs, where she was in charge of maintaining and assisting trade and investment relations, promoting tourism, building networks, and coordinating events and programmes. She will soon be assigned as First Secretary to the Indonesian Mission in Nouméa.
She speaks Javanese, Bahasa, English, understands Korean and is also learning French.