Anggika has recently graduated from Universitas Padjadjaran, Bandung, majoring International Relations. She believes that the best way to learn is by doing, which is why she has always been involved in projects that fuel her passion. One of the community development projects that she was involved in was introducing the history of Asia and Africa nations with Public Educator Corps of Asian and African Conference Museum. Anggika founded a socio-education project in 2015 called Indonesia Pintar that helped under privileged children in Jatinangor to continue their higher education.
Anggika's curiousity in knowledge and literature, inequality in development and also contemporary social movements are all part of her journey in finding an answer for humans' problems roots. She feels that working in Chapter W will help her gain a women's perspective that will charge her with positivity to always progress (invest in) herself and the community toward a better future.