Sri Murniningtyas started her career as an officer of Ministry of Forestry in 1983. Her early years of service at the Ministry of Forestry required her to engage with roles in assisting preparation of Indonesian delegations to international events.
Her service was expanded as she has been posted as Deputy Director for Multilateral Affairs, from 2002 – 2008. During this term, she really enjoyed dealing and working with forestry-related international organization of United Nations and others. As part of her job, she also served as a member of Indonesian Delegation to several international events such as ASEAN, ITTO, UNFF, UNFCCC and various high level bilateral events.
Prior to her current assignment, she was appointed as the Forestry Attache of the Indonesian Embassy in Tokyo, Japan from 2008 – 2012. During her tenure, she played a succesfull role as a catalyst and a facilitator not only in forestry aspects but also in social and culture of the Embassy’s mission to Japan.
She is now Director of Center for International Cooperation since May 2012, supervising 50 staff. Her current role enable her to further collaborate actively with environment and forestry stakeholders nationally and internationally.