Juhri Selamet is a lecturer in the Department of Visual Communication at Multimedia Nusantara University (UMN). Before joining UMN, he worked as a teaching and research assistant in the College of Media, Communication, and Information, University of Colorado-Boulder, USA.
In 2018, he received Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre Fellowship grant to travel and conduct a fieldwork in Mozambique for three months developing Mozambique Red Cross communication strategy and to support the development of communication protocol for Forecast-based Financing (FbF) project where he focused on identifying communication channels that work best for local community in rural areas such as Gaza, Nampula, Sofala & Zambezia as well training local staff to set up digital media and design for the FbF project advocacy campaign.
In 2017, during his years working in Chicago, he traveled to Mekelle city, Ethiopia, Eastern Africa with five physicians from the University of Illinois Hospital working on Global Women's Health project at Mekelle University, Tigray Region, Ethiopia to increase the standard of care for women receiving treatment in Ethiopia as well as the broader East Africa region.
Juhri’s research and practice interest center on the exploration of strategic design, health, and environmental communication in developing communities.