My name is Abie Zaidannas; I was born in Jakarta in 1992. I am a night person who works for social and humanitarian causes and runs a small graphic design firm that helps the changemakers to spread their ideas. I graduated from the International Relations Department, Universitas Gadjah Mada majoring in ASEAN Studies, and Human Rights.

I spent my university years as a research assistant for several human rights-related research at the Universitas Gadjah Mada including research on refugees in Southeast Asia.

Working in humanitarian fields has always been my dream. I joined Project Child in 2014 as a volunteer and now sits at the Executive Board at Project Child Indonesia as a Director of Partnerships.

Together with my trusted friends, I co-founded Pameo in 2015 and become the CEO and Lead Graphic Designer. Pameo is a  graphic design & communication agency that assists the changemakers such as universities, nonprofits, think-tanks and government agencies in developing its visual identity.