Mirzha holds the role of Forest and Landscape Monitoring Project Coordinator at WRI Indonesia. She specializes in working with spatial data to address forestry issues, particularly deforestation and illegal logging. Mirzha is deeply engaged in the activities of Global Forest Watch (GFW) and plays a pivotal role in training and capacity-building initiatives for its users, spanning government officials, academics, local CSOs, and journalists, to enhance forest monitoring efforts.

Her academic credentials include a Bachelor's degree in Forestry and a Master of Science from Bogor Agricultural Institute (IPB University). Prior to joining WRI Indonesia, Mirzha served as a GIS Staff at LAPAN Remote Sensing Utilization Center and worked as a GIS consultant for projects supported by PUPR.

During her leisure time, Mirzha indulges in her passions for travel, cinema, and console gaming.