Resya is a PhD candidate in the School of Social Policy at the University of Birmingham. Prior to pursuing PhD, she worked as a Deputy Director for Financial Services at the National Development and Planning Agency (BAPPENAS) in Indonesia. She also the executive director for PPKM Indonesia, an NGO working on issues related to financial inclusion. She holds a master degree in Public Administration from Cornell University and a bachelor degree in Economics from Padjadjaran University. Resya has various experience in research and policymaking, especially financial inclusion policies in Indonesia. These include developing a financial literacy program with the regulators, leading the feasibility study for the postal saving project, and leading a policy design on financial inclusion policy for the disabled. Resya has interdisciplinary research interest at the intersection of social welfare, financial sector, and policymaking.