Harining developed significant network and knowledge on civil society strengthening and movement through various engagement in democracy building and governance reform in Indonesia. While in the aftermath of earthquake in Yogyakarta and Central Java on 2006, as Team Leader, she managed emergency and recovery work with CARE International Indonesia.
Her visionary work continues in social entrepreneurship development while pursuing impact and growth for social economic improvement for the household and community she works with. She founded Daughter of Klaten and promoted Sisterhood LAWE Initiative in Yogyakarta, on 2010, as a hub for creativity and innovation from women artisans, women entrepreneurship and cooperative across the country.
Advocating originality and value creation for greater social conscious market as her goals nowadays in the robust consumption of digital market era in Southeast Asia region. She is also conducting research on social innovation and indigenous entrepreneurship.
Graduated from University of Indonesia, Faculty of Law and Asian Institute of Management, Makati, Philippine for Master of Development Management. She is Fellow of Leadership for Environment and Development (LEAD), international sustainable development program sponsored by Rockefeller Foundation, and part of Global Women in Management (GWIM), worldwide women network and development organized by WomenLead Institute and ExxonMobil.