Johanna Kodoatie-Cahill is a Community Action for Multicultural Society (CAMS) Practitioner and Community Development worker. She earned her Master of Economics from Monash University and her PhD from James Cook University funded by Australian Government Scholarships. After her PhD, Johanna returned to Indonesia where she worked at Diponegoro University for 25 years plus and spent time as UNICEF and Business consultants.

Johanna returned to Australia permanently to join her Australian husband and undertook a variety of voluntary and paid work before joining TMSG in 2016. Johanna’s hobbies include singing and playing guitar, ukulele, and angklung (Indonesian traditional music instrument made from bamboo) .

Johanna is also the founder of the amazing TMSG Strum and Giggle Group.


Heidi Hatherell