Dhyta Caturani is a feminist activist, involved in the movement for more than half of her life and integrating technology in her activism for over a decade. Prior to joining Access Now, she has worked as an independent digital security trainer and consultant and has trained activists, journalists and organizations all around the world. The main focus of her work is how to envision a feminist Internet and work towards it.
She is the founder of a women and technology collective, co-founder of a women and arts collective, as well as the initiator of a national task force for Online Gender-Based Violence (OGBV). She also founded the first feminist reading, hacking and making space in Indonesia.
She has been an Open Tech Fund Digital Integrity Fellow (2016) and is currently a Ford Global Fellow (2021), and a speaker and consultant in regards to issues concerning feminism, human rights and technology.
She enjoys scuba diving when she has the time for it and drinks at least 3 cups of coffee every day.