Elisabeth Medina is a public official who works for the Corruption Eradication Commission of the Republic of Indonesia. She graduated from the Department of Physics, Bandung Institute of Technology. She is currently assigned to the Development Team of JAGA, a platform initiated by the Corruption Eradication Commission that aims to encourage transparency and good governance practice in public services. During her assignment, together with the team, she managed to develop two main menus that enable the citizen to file complaints, which are JAGA Bansos (social aid) and JAGA Penanganan COVID-19 (COVID-19 handling). Previously, she was a policy analyst in Research and Development Directorate, focusing on the energy and natural resources sector. As a policy analyst, she conducted desk-based research and field observation to perform regulatory and corruption risk analysis and then provide recommendations to the related key stakeholders. She is interested in governance and transparency issues, two main problems that still exist in Indonesia. She hopes her work in policy research could prevent state-capture corruption thus improving the governance, and her work in the JAGA platform could promote government’s transparency thus empowering citizens to monitor the government. During her free time, she is active in the Aparatur Muda community and loves to do occasional running or mountain hiking.