Susi Pudjiastuti


Susi Pudjiastuti was born in West Java, Indonesia on January 15th, 1965 and is the Politician. At the age of 59, Susi Pudjiastuti biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 15, 1965
Place of Birth
West Java, Indonesia
59 years old
Zodiac Sign
Businessperson, Minister
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Diponegoro University (Dr.h.c.)
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H. Ahmad Karlan (father), Hj. Suwuh Lasminah (mother)
Susi Pudjiastuti Life

Susi Pudjiastuti (born 15 January 1965) is an Indonesian entrepreneur.

Under President Joko Widodo's 2014-2019 Working Cabinet, she served as Indonesia's Minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries.

She is also the owner of PT ASI Pudjiastuti Marine Product, a seafood export business, and PT ASI Pudjiastuti Aviation, which operates Susi Air charter airline.

Early life, family, and education

Pudjiastuti was born in Pangandaran, West Java, the daughter of Haji Ahmad Karlan and Hajjah Suwuh Lasminah. She is Javanese, but her family is the fifth generation settlers of Pangandaran, which is mainly Sundanese. Her family's business was primarily involved in real estate and livestock raising.

Pudjiastuti continued high school at SMA Negeri 1 Yogyakarta, but did not complete her studies after being banned from serving Golput (Golongan Putih, or blank ballot in protest of the Golkar Party's clout, a protest that was outlawed under former President Suharto's New Order. Pudjiastuti was the first Indonesian minister to have never completed a high school education, but after becoming a government minister, she registered for a late high school program (Paket C), and she officially graduated in 2018.

Susi Pudjiastuti had three children; Panji Hilmansyah, Nadine Kaiser, and Alvy Xavier all appeared. Panji Hilmansyah, her first son, died in Naples, Florida, on January 18, 2016, due to heart disease. Susi is divorced, and she is known to have tattoos and be a chain-smoker.


Susi Pudjiastuti Awards

Awards and honours

  • Makan Ikan Bersama Team : by Tri Miranto
  • Purwa Citra Priangan Award for Fishermen Life Motivator; by Pikiran Rakyat. 2004
  • Award for Tourism Pioneer; by West Java Department of Culture and Tourism. 2004
  • Award for Pioneer Fishery Export; by Governor of West Java. 2005
  • EY Awards, Young Entrepreneur of the Year; by Ernst and Young Indonesia. 2005
  • Primaniyarta Award for Best Small & Medium Enterprise;33 by President of RI. 2005
  • Metro Eagle Award, Award for Economics; by Metro TV. 2006
  • Inspiring Woman for Development Motivator; by Governor of West Java. 2008
  • West Java Best Trader (Saudagar Tatar Sunda); by West Java Trade and Commerce. 2008
  • The Best Indonesia Berprestasi Award; by PT Excelcomindo Pratama. 2009
  • Sofyan Ilyas Award; by Ministry of Marine Affair and Fisheries. 2009
  • The Indonesian Small & Medium Business Entrepreneur Award; by Ministry of Cooperative & SME. 2010
  • Ganesha Widya Jasa Aditama Award; by Institute Technology of Bandung. 2011
  • Award For Innovative Achievements, Extraordinary Leadership and Significant Contributions to the Economy at Women and Economy Summit (WES), USA; by APEC. 2011
  • People of The Year 2013; by MNC Group Newspaper (Koran Sindo). 2014
  • Person of The Year 2014; by Warga Kota Solo. 2015
  • First Women to be Minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries; by Indonesian Record Museum (MURI). 2015
  • Perempuan Jawa Barat Award; by The Indonesian Youth Committee (KNPI). 2015
  • 10 November Award; by Sepuluh November Institute of Technology, Surabaya (ITS Surabaya). 2015
  • Tokoh Publik Inspirasional Tahun Ini, Public Relations Award and Summit; by Serikat Perusahaan Pers. 2016
  • Leaders for Living Planet Award; by World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). 2016
  • Doctor Honoris Causa (Dr.h.c.) by Diponegoro University. 2016
  • Peter Benchley Ocean Awards. 2017
  • Seafood Champion Award. 2017
  • The BBC 100 Women. 2017
  • Doctor Honoris Causa; by Sepuluh November Institute of Technology, Surabaya. 2017
  • Srikandi Nekat Award; by Retno Sekar Budoyo Foundation. 25 February 2018.