Krishna Zaki earned his Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology in 2005. After graduating, he built his experiences in environmental engineering consultancy and several environmental NGOs, particularly in the public health, water, environmental, and sanitation areas. Krishna started working as a Toxics Program Officer in BaliFokus Foundation in 2012, and in 2016 became the Toxics Program Manager in BaliFokus/Nexus3 Foundation. At BaliFokus/Nexus3, Krishna was involved in several projects: Development of National and Regional Approaches to Sound Environmental Management of Mercury in Southeast Asia; Mercury Monitoring Project in Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold Mining (ASGM) and Healthcare Sector; Hair and Fish Mercury Monitoring in Selected ASGM hotspots; Elimination of Mercury-containing Devices in the Health Care sector; SWITCH-Asia Lead in Paint Elimination; Development of the Technical Informed Choices Catalogue of the Whole Cycle of ASGM; Development of the Training Modules on Mercury Poisoning for Health Workers in ASGM hotspots; Global Mercury Hair Monitoring in Women of Child-Bearing Age in selected ASGM hotspots; Mercury Trade and Supplies Study in 5 ASEAN Countries; and Reducing Mercury Supply and Availability in Indonesia.
Toxics Program Manager