Meet our

Experienced & Passionate

Our On Campus Teachers

Harum Natali

Solo, Indonesia

“I love watching students develop and grow in confidence when they begin to master English. When my students develop, I develop, too.”

Hello! I graduated from the Faculty of English Letters at Sanata Dharma University in Yogyakarta with a Degree in English Language and Literature. I spent many years in Jakarta teaching in the English literature faculty at BINUS University. I joined IELC in 2006 and I have helped hundreds of students to excel in the IELTS and TOEFL exams. I teach all levels and also help design IELC’s merchandise and posters.

Erlysa Suryanto

Jakarta, Indonesia

“Moving to teach in Solo has been great. I get to meet students from various ages and it makes teaching even more fun!”

I got my bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Bina Nusantara University in Jakarta. Despite being a computer science graduate, teaching English has always been my passion and I taught English in Jakarta for many years before joining IELC in 2016. I mostly teach academic classes for IELTS and TOEFL and I'm involved in teacher training at IELC.

Albert Yuwono

Salatiga, Indonesia

“I am delighted to teach at IELC and I can guarantee that learning English will be one of the most valuable investments for your life. I cannot wait to meet you in class!”

Hello everyone, I have a Bachelor’s Degree in English literature and a Master’s Degree in Translation Studies from UNS University. I also have diverse work experience, having worked as a liaison officer, radio announcer and master of ceremony. My passion however, is teaching English and meeting new students. I love getting my students to talk about all kinds of topics and we have a lot of fun in my classes!

Muhammad Anas

Semarang, Indonesia

“You are learning English every day, whether you realize it or not. All you have to do is just enjoy and love every part of the process.”

Hello everyone! I earned both my Bachelors and Masters degrees in Economics from Diponegoro University. My choice of becoming a teacher was inspired by one of my professors. I find teaching very rewarding, especially when my students become more confident. I like watching movies and playing video games and believe it or not, that’s what made me love learning English in the first place.

Angela Suwanto

Jakarta, Indonesia

“Seeing students take pride in their hard work and achievements is what I love most about teaching.”

Hi, my name is Angela Suwanto. I am an architect by training, but a teacher at heart. I am TESOL-certified, and have years of experience as an English Language tuition teacher. My wish is to be impactful in helping students of all abilities learn English by bringing fresh teaching approaches. I'm also involved in teacher training at IELC. I look forward to meeting all of you in class!

Prilia Nareswari

Semarang, Indonesia

“I believe that once you speak English, you can connect with people all over the world.”

Hi! My name is Prili. I graduated from GSBC, a private college in the US, with a BA in Integrative Studies (Intercultural Studies and Counselling). I also completed an online TEFL certification while I was there. I love learning foreign languages and I started learning English myself by listening to music, reading books and watching films in English. Now, I feel blessed that I can use the skills that I have learned to teach the next generation of English speakers in Indonesia.

Jonathan Habiboe

Jakarta, Indonesia

“The key to mastering English is consistency. Consistency beats intensity.”

Hello, everyone. My name is Jonathan. I have a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature, I’m a Cambridge certified English Teacher and I have years of teaching experience. It wasn’t always this way, I too was once a struggling English language learner. Overcoming these struggles has made me the teacher I am today. I understand your struggle and I know exactly what needs to be done to make your learning process more effective. I can’t wait to meet you in class!

Resty Febrianty

Surabaya, Indonesia

“Teaching English is more than simply a job to me, it’s my never-ending love.”

Teaching has been my passion since I was a kid. It allows me understand and connect with others. I truly believe that the experiences I have had teaching English over the past 15 years have transformed me into a more compassionate and caring person. Teaching English is more than simply a job to me, it’s my never-ending love.

Anisa Ayu Alimah

Sukoharjo, Indonesia

“You can be anything you want, but you need the right leader to help you grow and stay inspired."

Inspiration feeds our lives. I have always searched for inspiration from others and I love being a source of inspiration for others too. I graduated from UGM with a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature. And yet, even though I have finished my studies, I keep seeking inspiration and wisdom in my life. If there is one thing that motivates me, it’s the opportunity to grow and teaching at IELC definitely inspires me to keep growing all the time.

Sekarlita Cintyadewi

Sragen, Indonesia

“Being an English teacher is a part of my identity and the source of my inspiration in life”.

My career choice is based on my life goal, which is being useful for others. Thus, being an English teacher is not only a job for me, it is my source of inspiration and my identity at the same time. I have a bachelor’s degree in English Language and Teaching from Anadolu University, Turkey and I use my educational background as well as my experience teaching both abroad and in Indonesia to understand the needs of my learners. I am so excited to assist your English learning at IELC. I can't wait to see you in class and create a wonderful learning experience together!

Benita Saraswati

Magelang, Indonesia

“It's never too late to learn something new".

I believe that there are no limitations in what we can learn. We're never too old to start learning something new and it's exactly the same when it comes to learning English. I graduated from the English Department in Sanata Dharma University, Yogyakarta. After graduating, I taught English to professionals in a national corporation in Kalimantan and I saw just how important English is for the Indonesian work force. That's why I believe English is definitely one of the most important skills of the 21st Century.

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Hedwig Svayambhu

Yogyakarta, Indonesia

“Sharing stories is what I most love about being an English teacher”

Being a teacher gives me the opportunity to play an important role in the lives of our students. Sometimes, I play the role of a sister, or a friend or even a mother and I learn so many new things in each of these roles. I’m so grateful to have a chance to share my stories and listen to the stories of my students during class. Learning English is about communicating and this is what I most love about being an English teacher.

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Chalseah Saloria

Angeles, Philipinnes

“Helping my students achieve their dreams has become my dream too”

Hello everyone! I have a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature and I gained my Teachers License in the Philippines in 2012. Teaching English has been my passion for the past 10 years now and helping my students achieve their dreams has become my dream too. I believe that language shapes the way we see the world. Therefore, learning a universal language like English is the best way to understand and communicate with the world.

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Redika Maulana

Jakarta, Indonesia

"I simply love seeing my students achieve their English language goals"

As an Indonesian growing up in Australia, I understood the importance of understanding different cultures. And since English was my first language, it was only after I studied in Indonesia that I learned Bahasa Indonesia. After graduating from university, I realised that I had a passion for teaching. And it is this passion that I bring to IELC by sharing my bicultural experience of how conquer the English language in a fun and easy way.

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Tonie Panambitan

Cebu, Philippines

“IELC is a place I can call home”

Teaching with IELC never feels to me like I was teaching from outside Indonesia. IELC staff gives me the support I need for teaching, the teachers readily guide me, and the students are all so adorable! The directors make me feel like I am and will always be part of IELC. IELC is definitely a place I can call home.

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Gilbert Sarmiento

Pasig City, Philippines

"To err is human, to forgive divine."

I have been in the field of teaching, facilitating, directing, coaching and training for more than 20 years now, both in the Philippines and elsewhere, including Indonesia. Seeing my students achieve their full potentials is the source of my joy and the thing that most motivates me is helping them learn and improve. Teaching students from different age levels and competencies, from kids to adults, is really an exciting experience for me.

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Joan Protacio 

Davao, Philippines

"My life's mission is to transform lives by imparting literacy"

My experience in the development sector led me to become a literacy advocate. Since then, it has been a my goal to impart the gift of literacy, a necessary a skill for lifelong learning. My post-baccalaureate education in language and literacy, specialising in reading, brought me to learners needing early reading intervention, remediation and enrichment. This is what motivates me during my English classes.