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Zannuba Ariffah Chafsoh Rahman Wahid, or more popularly known as Yenny Wahid (born in Jombang, East Java on October 29, 1974) is an Indonesian Islamic activist and politician. Background She is the second daughter of former Indonesian president Abdurrahman Wahid. She obtained her bachelor degree in design and visual communication from Trisakti University in Jakarta, but upon graduation she went to work as journalist for Australian newspapers: The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. As a journalist, she covered news stories from East Timor and Aceh. For her stories in post-referendum East Timor, she and her team won Walkley Award for journalism.[1] When her father was elected as the fourth Indonesian president, she had to quit her journalism job in order to assist her father's job. She is known to be Abdurrahman Wahid right hand person, as special staff in communication. Upon Wahid's impeachment, she went to pursue master's degree in Harvard's Kennedy School of Government as Mason Fellow.[2] In 2004, upon her return from Boston, she was appointed as the director of the newly-founded Wahid Institute, as political communication advisor to President of Republic Indonesia 2005-2007, a position that she still retains now. She is also actively involved in the National Awakening Party (PKB) as Secretary General. Greg Barton in The Australian credits her with having played a crucial role in persuading her father of "the extent of military-backed militia violence in East Timor [...] and the culpability of the Indonesian military leadership".[3] She is married to Dhohir Farisi.[4] References ^ (Indonesian) Yenny Wahid's Biography ^ KSG Mason Fellow List 2003 ^ "Australia owes a debt of gratitude to Indonesia's accidental president", Greg Barton, The Australian, January 2, 2010 ^ "Ten Cow Dowry for Former Indonesian President Gus Dur's Daughter". Jakarta Globe. 15 October 2009. Retrieved 30 December 2009.  Persondata Name Wahid, Yenny Alternative names Short description Date of birth October 29, 1974 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This article about an Indonesian politician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e