Roslita's involvement with extractive issues began when she joined the World Bank Group Extractive Industries Review project in 2002. Her prior work concentrated on urban open space, natural tourism and ecotourism planning. She has been involved in joint projects between Bogor Agricultural University's Research Institute and major cities in Indonesia.
Roslita joined NRGI in September 2007, supporting the Southeast Asia Regional Coordinator in establishing Publish What You Pay Indonesia. Since 2008, she has supported the Regional Coordinator in monitoring grants and project oversight, as well as managing and coordinating the regional office.
Roslita has Master's degrees in Landscape Architecture from Bogor Agricultural University-Indonesia and Leisure Tourism and Environment from Wageningen University-the Netherlands. She has recently become the mother of twin boys.