The SALAM Steering Committee would like to honour the Founding Members of Yayasan SALAM:
Mel Tari, Ias Tari, Rus Alit, Joye Alit, Piet Payou.

Functions of the Steering Committee:

  • To ensure ethical and professional standards are adhered to
  • To implement an organizational structure that holds all parties accountable
  • To provide an interface between the Board of Founders and SALAM staff and children

The SALAM Steering Committee seeks to accommodate the transient nature of Indonesia’s expatriate community. We desire to maintain a mix of Western and Indonesian professionals to maintain a healthy balance of Western standards and local culture.

Current Members:

Matthew Trevatt
Diploma of Business in Frontline Management, MCSE – Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, Electrical Trade Certificate. Years of management experience with extensive knowledge of international business practice. Trained in conflict resolution, problem solving, staff development and change management. Father of three.

Alicia Alit Trevatt
BVA Bachelor of Visual Arts. Professional photographer with journalism major. RBH Qld General Registered Nurse with Certificate of Critical Care and 12 years experience in acute surgical and intensive care units, Brisbane.
Daughter of Rus and Joye Alit, founding members of Yayasan SALAM.
Mother of three.

Ellena Elizabeth
Ellen graduated from Economic Faculty University of Indonesia, majoring in accounting.
She began working as an external auditor in an accounting firm which led to various Accounting and Finance jobs. Currently employed in a large international firm based in Bali. Has spent most of her life's career and ministry in Jakarta and Bali, Indonesia. Ellen has had a long standing interest and involvement in social work and charities.

Gusti David Aryana
One of SALAM Children’s Home foundation year kids; lived at SCH 1979-1981. Now a well regarded GKII Pastor (Christian and Missionary Alliance) and Superintendent of GKII in Bali. David pastored a church in Singaraja for 9 years and in 2001 went on to GKII Ubud, where he is still pastor. Father of two.

Trivena Indrawati
Trivena holds tertiary degrees in both psychology and business. She worked as a Senior High School counsellor for five years and has had 15 years experience on top of that in Human Resource Management at various large national and international firms within Indonesia. She has won awards for her staff training programmes. Married with no children, Trivena has always had an interest in helping orphanage children, and has come on board to assist at SALAM Children’s Home where she can.

SALAM Children’s Home Staff Members:
Pak Ketut, Ibu Komang, Ibu Atik, Pak Putu, Ibu Yuni

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