Sahrini Rauf has over five years of experience in veterinary public health. Currently, She is working as a Professional Young Medic Veterinarian at Livestock and Animal Health Office, The Government of South Sulawesi Province. She completed her study in 2005 as a veterinarian at Bogor Agriculture Institute and gained her Master’s degree in Biology Education from Makassar State University in Indonesia. She is working to assist in technical policy and the action plan in her Office. She assists in controlling zoonotic diseases and animal welfare. She is also an auditor for food safety assurance of animal origin. She has repeatedly facilitated foreign cooperation between South Sulawesi Province and various institutions and governments, including Senior Experten Service Germany, Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand, Government and University In Australia, and Dutch Government. She was invited to BIMP-EAGA as a delegate of Indonesia in Brunei Darussalam. She participated in various international courses including in the Netherlands and she got a short-term visit to the United States, in the International Visitor Leadership Program for Infectious Disease and Mitigation Response. Recently, she completed International Short Course organized by WHO & FAO for Joint Risk Assessment in One Health and became a trainer for District Government Officers. Besides that, She is the Founder of Life and Reason Society, a community engaged in Agriculture, Livestock, and One Health to empower local farmers and poor communities.