|Born|| 23 December 1964 |
|Alma mater|| University of Michigan|
|Known for||President Director and CEO, Femina Group|
|Notable credit(s)||President Director and CEO, Femina Group, Board Member, FIPP (International Federation of The Periodical Press), Chairman, Jakarta Fashion Week, Deputy Chairman, Australia Indonesia Center,|
|Board member of||Fega Marikultura|
|Relatives|| Sutan Takdir Alisjahbana (grandfather)|
Betti Alisjahbana (aunt in law)
Armida Alisjahbana (cousin in law)
Svida Alisjahbana, (given birth to 23 Dec 1964) may be the Leader Movie director and CEO of Indonesian Femina Group, a respected females’s and way of life publishing home in Indonesia, founded by her dad, Sofyan Alisjahbana, a posture she’s held since 2007.
Alisjahbana may be the little girl of Sofyan Alisjahbana and Pia Alisjahbana. Through Sofyan, she actually is the granddaughter of the influential article writer, journalist, poet and Indonesian vocabulary professionals, Sutan Takdir Alisjahbana . Sofyan may be the creator of Femina Group. Along with his youthful sister, Mirta Kartohadiprodjo (née Alisjahbana), his wife, Pia and a family group friend, Atiek Makarim and Widarti Goenawan founded the initial ever women's newspaper in Indonesia, known as Femina in 1972.Alisjahbana graduated using a bachelor's level in Mathematics and Economics in the School of Michigan in 1988, and continued her MBA at Columbia School in NY .
Prior to the debut of Femina, there have been few modern women’s magazines in Indonesia. Existing magazines were similar to guides work by men on what ladies should serve the family members. Alisjahbana’s father setup Femina and doubled like a professional photographer, while her aunt Mirta Kartohadiprodjo was the 1st editor. The setting for the Femina mags 1st cover photo was a dark sheet tossed over their garage area door.Alisjahbana began her profession in the Femina Group like a business director, in charge of focusing on strategic initiatives, such as for example branching from multi-digital systems, which would travel growth and collection a future route for the group. Today, as leader, Alisjahbana is in charge of the Femina Group’s three effective flagship game titles – Femina, teenager counterpart Gadis and advanced sister name Dewi. Under her management, she released two initiatives that have become extremely important for the country: Femina’s Ladies Entrepreneurship System and Jakarta Style Week. Ahead of becoming a member of the Femina Group, Alisjahbana worked well for GE Capital in Connecticut for five years. Alisjahbana right now sits in the chair from the journal division for the Indonesian Press Association. She's also offered as person in the panel of management from the International Federation from the Periodical Press (FIPP) since 2008.
Alisjahbana is married to Ade Idris. They possess two twin sons jointly, Jyotindra Idris and Girindra Idris.