Full Name: Grace Natalie Louisa
Nick Name: Grace Natalie
Date of birth: July 4, 1982)
Occupation: Emcee / presenter
Years active 2008-present
Education: Almameter Indonesian Institute of Business and Informatics
Grace Natalie Louisa (born in Jakarta, July 4, 1982) was a news anchor and journalist. She used to work at SCTV, ANTV, and now in TVOne. She is still news broadcaster Market, while also often appear on the evening news, Apa Kabar Indonesia, News Events, and numerous other programs.
Grace Natalie her secondary education at the SMUK 3 BPK Penabur, Jakarta. After graduating, she majored in accounting at IBII (Institute of Business and Information Technology of Indonesia). During her lecture, she often taught as an assistant lecturer for several subjects. Grace has also been active as a Sunday school teacher at church. Her introduction to journalism began when SCTV SCTV Goes held a competition to campus to find talented young seedlings. Grace followed the competition and achieve victory for the Jakarta area. When matched again at the national level, he entered the top five. From this entrance into the television world began to open for him.
After completing her studies, SCTV directly recruited. There he became one announcer Coverage 6. In her first years as a journalist she was more down to the field covering a variety of events, ranging from criminal news, political, economic, and social events that occurred in the community. At first, she admits that is difficult to adapt to the television world is very dynamic with irregular working hours. But it did not dampen her spirits, even from these experiences she was trained and slowly she got closer and fell in love with the world of journalism. Within three years of her career and she could climb increasingly sedentary TV stations. From SCTV she moved to ANTV, and shortly thereafter from ANTV she moved again to follow his senior TVOne, Karni Ilyas.
When working on TVOne he followed a crash course at Maastricht School of Management, The Netherlands from January through April 2009. Grace had made several exclusive interviews with international figures such as Abhisit Vejjajiva (Prime Minister of Thailand), Jose Ramos Horta (East Timor's president), Steve Forbes (CEO of Forbes Magazine), George Soros, etc.. Not only duty in the studio, Grace is still often down to the field to coverage, including events that are at risk. He has been assigned to cover the tsunami tragedy in late 2004, the eruption of Mount Talang in Padang, who was then the middle-status "Beware", and horizontal conflicts in Poso, Central Sulawesi Province. In August 2009 she also covered the terrorist raids in Waterford, Central Java, where a shootout between police and terrorists. Facing the challenges in her work he adheres to his principles, "no matter where I am, should work as possible"