In 1993, Dra. Enda Wulandari, M.Sc started her service to Bureau for International Cooperation, Ministry of Education and Culture. Her first five-year work was related to Multilateral and Regional Affairs on Education.
Funded by The British Council, she pursued Master Degree on Project Planning and Management in the University of Bradford, in 1999. Coming back from study, she continued providing contribution or even to participate in several workshops and events such as ASEAN Student Exchange, Indonesia-Japan Friendship Program for the 21st Century, Workshop on Free Trade, etc.
In 2006, she left for United States to get responsibility as assistant for Attaché of Education in Indonesian Embassy in Washington, D.C. She spent almost four years in US to work in the embassy and met many relevant persons from US institutions to develop Indonesian-US cooperation on education. She came back to Indonesia in 2011 to manage Regional and Multilateral desk before having new responsible In 2012 as Head Division of International Cooperation.
Now she is assigned as Education and Culture Attaché at the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Singapore.