Our Committee

Management Members

In the beginning, the management of this organization is led by Aris Winarno, the first Chairman of IMCQ. When IMCQ was just founded, there were eight founders that later registered as Board of Directors in the deed of establishment. Not long after, in about a year, the management of IMCQ was then led by Hamid Mawardi. He carried Aris Winarno’s leadership forward since Aris Winarno had to go back to Indonesia after finishing his duty in Brisbane.

Alhamdulillah, for the past ten years IMCQ has experienced significant growth. It has grown in the organizational aspect, in the number of management members and registered members, also in its scope of activities. The current management for the 2020-2022 period is divided into several departments.  Each department has interrelated roles and tasks. Each period lasts for two years.

Organizational Structure Chart
Indonesian Moslem Centre of Queensland (IMCQ) Management
Period of 2020-2022

Hendra Jitno

Hendra Jitno and his family came to Australia on the 1st of April 1999 when he accepted an offer to work as senior geotechnical engineer in one of the prominent geotechnical consulting companies in Melbourne. He was then elected as the first president of the Indonesian Muslim Community of Victoria (IMCV) in 2002 and together with other community stakeholders converted a house to a mosque in Clayton South, as a center for the Indonesian muslim activities in Melbourne.  He served this position until July 2005, when he and his family moved to Brisbane. During his stays in Brisbane, his work requires him to travel out of the country quite frequently and because of that he was only able to passively participate in the community activities. In 2019, he decided to reduce his travel commitments and was able to be more actively involved in the Indonesian community activities. He was elected as one of the IMCQ board directors for 2020-2022. In his daily live, he works for a leading global mining company with Head Quarter in London. He is a registered professional civil engineer in QLD and holds a PhD degree in civil engineering from the University of British Columbia, Canada.

Agus Islandy
Director of Operations 1

Coming from Surabaya, Agus first arrived in Brisbane as a worker for a private company in January 2012. Currently, Agus is still working as a staff at a private company in Queensland. In addition to being an IMCQ Director of Operations 1, Agus is currently trusted as the chairman of QCB for the period 2020-2021.

Wita Laksono
Director of Operations 2

Wita first arrived in Brisbane Australia in mid-2002. After finishing his duty for 6 months, Wita moved to work for a cellular telecommunications company in Jakarta. Then in mid-2008, Wita returned to Brisbane and lives there until now. With a background in computer networking system, Wita currently works in a regional institution, internet registry, that serves 56 countries in Asia Pacific. Wita was chosen as Director of Operations 2 of IMCQ for the period 2020-2022.

Hadamean Siregar
Director of Treasurer & Secretary

Hadamean Siregar first arrived in Australia in Canberra in mid-1999. After completing his master’s degree in Business Administration, Hadamean worked in Sydney until mid-2004, and then moved to work and lived in Singapore. At the end of 2017, Hadamean returned to Australia and settled in Brisbane. With a background in economics and accounting education, Hadamean is currently working as a commercial and financial consultant. Hadamean was chosen as Director of Treasurer & Secretary IMCQ for the period 2020-2022.

Febi Dwirahmadi
Director of Public Relations

Coming from Jakarta, Febi first arrived in Brisbane as a master’s student in 2008. After completing his master’s degree, Febi returned to Indonesia and worked in the field of disaster management and humanitarian assistance. In 2011, Febi returned to Brisbane to pursue a doctoral degree in Environmental Health. Febi currently works as a teaching staff at a university in Queensland. Within the scope of social activities, Febi has been the president of The Indonesian Islamic Society of Brisbane from 2012-to 2013, and now Febi carries out duties as Director of Public Relations of IMCQ period 2020-to 2022

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