Ngatini, goes by Tini, is currently listed as adjunct faculty at the Religious Dept. FIU, Miami, USA. Her areas of specialization are World Religions, and Religion Analysis and Interpretation. But, she has also taught courses on Women and Religion and, Sex and Religion. She is also very passionate about writing, travelling and film review. Her pieces of writing include When Religion Meets Modernity: A Review of Jira Maligool’s Full Moon Party, published on The Center for South East Asian Studies webpage, University of Hawaii, in 2012; Politic of Piety: Creating Space for Class Mobility, FIU Student Journal of Women and gender studies, 2015; Pendidikan Islam Kontekstual (Context-based Islamic Education), a book chapter published by Pustaka Pelajar, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, in 2010. She has earned her B.A. in Islamic Education from the State Islamic University Sunan Kalijaga, Indonesia; M.A. in religious conflicts within the context of Islam from the Center for inter-Religious and Cultural Studies, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia; and M.A. in philosophy and religion from the Religious Department, Florida International University, and Miami, FL, USA. She also took courses on sacrifice, forgiveness and critics of modernity at the Religious Dept, McMaster Univ. in Canada in the Fall 2014- Spring 2015. In addition, she also had worked as Teaching Assistant for class on Islam in North America, and Islam and Fundamentalism during her Canada time. She has worked for Moonshot CVE London, UK Checking and ensuring cultural relevance of comedy scripts to counter ISIS narratives in Indonesia. She is currently doing a research project for the Dept. of History, National Univ. of Singapore on the Classic Confucian teachings and its role in Viet Nam War.