She is currently the Vice-Rector for Human Resource and General Affairs at Tazkia University College of Islamic Economics. She obtained her PhD in Accounting from the University of Indonesia and her Master’s degree in Business in Accounting from Monash University Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Before joined in Tazkia, she has been teaching accounting courses since 1997 at some universities such the Islamic University of Indonesia Yogyakarta, Widya Wiwaha Business School Yogyakarta. She holds Certified Management Accountant and active in the profession from Institute of Certified Management Accounting Australia. Her research interest includes Islamic Management Accounting and Islamic Corporate Governance, especially in Islamic Banking. She published papers in national reputable journals and providing consultations in Islamic Accounting for local new papers. The title of her dissertation is The Implication of Coalignment between Strategic Orientation and Management Accounting on Performance : Empirical Evidence of The Islamic Banking Industry in Indonesia.