Vivi Yulaswati is the senior advisor to the Minister of National Development Planning for Social Affairs and Poverty Reduction. Her main responsibility is to do analysis and provide advice to the minister on social and poverty reduction related issues, policies, and strategies. She currently leads the National Secretariat for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). She has extensive experience in designing major poverty reduction programs in Indonesia, including community driven development, conditional cash transfer, and some subsidy reforms. She has major contributions to the development of the National Social Security System, National Strategy for Financial Inclusion, big data for public policy research in Global Pulse Initiative, Government to Person (G2P) payment, as well as integrated service and refferal system for comprehensive social protection. She holds a PhD in planning and development from the University of Southern California (2004), a master’s degree in urban and regional planning from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA (1999), a bachelor’s degree from the University of Indonesia (1991); and took many courses in social protection, financial inclusion, evaluation, change management, and digital transformation.