Endy M. Bayuni is a member of the Oversight Board of Facebook, an independent body founded in 2020 to oversee the company’s content moderation efforts. He is a journalist with 38 years of experience, mostly with The Jakarta Post, Indonesia’s primary English language newspaper/media where he served as its editor-in-chief twice, in 2004-2010 and in 2016-2018. Now, as a senior journalist, he writes opinion articles commenting on Indonesia as an emerging democracy and market economy, on its national politics and it foreign policy, on how religion impacts the political processes, and on the impact of the changing media landscape. His articles are published in The Jakarta Post and international media outlets, including Nikkei Asia Review and Strait Times of Singapore. He helped found the International Association of Religion Journalists (IARJ) in 2012, and served as executive director in 2016-2021. Bayuni is a recipient of the East West Center Senior Fellowship in Washington DC in 2010, the Nieman Fellowship at Harvard University in 2003-2004, and the Jefferson Fellowship at the East West Center of the University of Hawaii in 1999. He received his bachelor of arts degree in economics at the Kingston University in UK in 1981.