Atina Rosydiana is an independent researcher/ data analyst. She is currently involved as the knowledge management consultant in the Right to Food project at Oxfam in Indonesia. The project been actively advocating and campaigning an equal right to food specially to marginalized groups such as small-scale farmers and fisherman, including women. She is also involved in the Gender and Human Rights research at TB-Care Aisyiyah. The study attempts to understand gender issues related to the Tuberculosis-prevention program in Indonesia. In 2019, she graduated from Wageningen University, obtaining her master-degree in International Development, specializing in Sociology of Development and Changes.