IAA is governed by 9-member Board of Trustees, who are democratically elected in the Annual General Assembly. To maintain continuity of program and administration, 5 BoT members are selected for 3-year terms, and 4 are selected for 2-year terms. All of these are written in IAA’s Bylaws.
As common in Indonesian culture, people are recognized by their first name.
In the 2017 Annual General Assembly, the followings are IAA’s Board of Trustee:
Chairman of The Board
This position is currently vacant
Oscar Zaky – President
Originally from Bandung and went to Bandung Institute of Technology to complete his degree in Civil Engineering, Oscar moved to Pittsburgh to continue his study in Mechanical Engineering. Later on started his career in IT industry and has been working in the field for 17 years and currently working for a private company in Tysons Corner, VA.
Oscar and his family moved to DC area in 1998 and is a long time activist in the Indonesian community. Before getting involved in IAA, Oscar served as IMAAM Board of Trustee (2002-2010) and IMAAM President from 2010-2013. An avid badminton player and mountain bike rider, Oscar has a big attention to the Indonesian Youth in the community. Oscar is married to Dwitra and has two daughters.
Rachmad Poetranto – Vice President
Marc Hoffman – Interim Secretary
Nadia Syahmalina – Treasurer
Nadia Syahmalina is an Indonesian American who was born in Jakarta, Indonesia and grew up in Morgantown, WV. She moved to the DC area in 2003 and has lived there ever since. Her passion for youth activism, community outreach, and civic engagement is the driving force behind her involvement in and collaborations with various organizations like IMAAM, IAA, the Muslim Democratic Club of Montgomery County, DC Central Kitchen, Shepherds Table, Asian American Health Initiative, and Faith Working Group of Montgomery County.
Prior to her current role in the IAA Board of Trustee, Nadia served on the Board of IMAAM from 2008 until 2013 (her last role was as its Vice-President) and also currently serves as the Vice -President of the Muslim Democratic Club of Montgomery County (which she co-founded in 2015).
A graduate of the University of Maryland systems, she lives with her husband and two sons in the DC area and works as an Operations Manager for a national financial institution.
Jaya Hasran – Regular Member\
Other Board of Trustees positions are vacant at this moment.