About

Hi there! Indira here.

I’ve moved around quite a bit, so I like to refer to myself as a global citizen, but I’m also a proud owner of the Indonesian passport. I’m passionate about exploring and experiencing all that life has to offer, and I hope to use this blog as a platform to share my thoughts and ideas.

I’m currently based in Boston, and I work as a software developer for Cimpress. In my spare time, I like to scuba dive, take photos, and learn new things. During my time at Brown, I led Hack@Brown‘s Documentation Team and also worked as a photographer for Liber Brunensis (Brown University’s yearbook). I also wrote quite a bit, and was a student blogger for Study USA as well as a student contributor to U.S. News World & Report.

If you’re interested in reaching me, feel free to shoot me a message at indirapranabudi@gmail. I’m also active on Twitter and Instagram.

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3 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Indira, I read your post on Study US about attending a community college first before going to a 4 year university and I want to ask you a few questions about your experience because I may be going to a community college first before transferring. If you are able to view my email from the comment section, you can contact me through there. I would greatly appreciate your reply. Thank you.

  2. Hi, Indira.

    I’m a reporter for a U.S. State Department feature publication,ShareAmerica, working on a story about the attraction of community colleges for international students, and I saw one of your posts on US News & World Report about this as well as your testimonial for Green River. Would you give me a call or email me? I’d like to chat with you briefly. Chris Connell

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