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IWFSA Board 2015 - 2017

Dr Danisa Baloyi

IWFSA President

Danisa Baloyi is Executive Director of the National Black Business Caucus and is a business development specialist and strategist.

Danisa is a seasoned businesswoman with interests in various fields. She has in the past served on many boards in the public and private sector, boards she served deligently for the past 14 years as either a Chairperson, Deputy Chairperson or as an ordinary Director both in South Africa and Internationally. She now serves on boards of companies she has interests in, and those that she believes are of social interest and relevance.

Ms Mpho Letlape

IWFSA Vice President

Executive Chairman of Lethushane (Pty) Ltd., a property development company I founded in 2012 operating in Ekurhuleni, Gauteng, in the housing development market. It showcases social entrepreneurship in practice, driven by the desperate need for housing, chronic unemployment in South Africa and the devastation both these bring.

Previously Deputy Vice Chancellr at the University of Johannesburg; Managing Director, SASOL Inzalo Foundation; Director of Human Resources at IBM South Africa. Current Vice President of the South African Chapter of the International Women's Forum (IWFSA); Board Member, National Research Foundation (NRF), T-Systems South Africa (TSSA), the Standard Bank Tutuwa Community Foundation and Trustee of South African Women in Dialogue and of the TSSA Foundation which I chair.

Mpho holds a BSc from Fort Hare University and has attended the Cape Town, Wits, IMD and Harvard Business Schools. 

 

Ms Peta Nonceba Mashinini

IWFSA Director

The major portion of my latest working life was in local government and stakeholders included councillors, management, staff, trade unions, local communities, general public, higher levels of government, suppliers etc. Effective and efficient service delivery required that relationships with all these stakeholders be maintained. Successful implementation of service delivery programmes and projects sometimes required the organization I worked for to call on the expertise of key players in the broader community to act as source of local knowledge and ensure everyone works towards the stated objectives. The broader community, private sector and higher levels of government were very useful sources of additional ideas and resources.

Ms Pumeza Bam

IWFSA Director

Pumeza Bam is Group Executive Director: Human Resources of EOH Holdings Limited.

Pumeza holds a BSc (Human Physiology, Biochemistry) from the University of Durban-Westville, a Postgraduate Diploma in Strategic Marketing Management, a Programme in Management Development (PMD) Certificate from GIBS and has completed an Accelerated Directorship Programme (ADP) resulting in being certified a Director by the Institute of Directors SA.

Ms Janine Hills

IWFSA Director

Janine Hills is the CEO and Founder of Vuma Reputation Management, a company that specialises in reputation management, crisis communication and media liaison.

Janine’s extensive business knowledge, skill and intricate understanding of reputation management are the outcome of over 25 years of experience across various sectors of industry. She has been employed by Southern Sun, Sun International, Vodacom and Primovie (a division of Primedia) and has sat on the boards of Kaizer Chiefs, Ster-Kinekor Home Entertainment and Ster-Kinekor Licensing. Janine has also worked for FNB and was a founding member of ebucks.com, the eCommerce initiative. Janine also currently serves on the Board of Trustees for Brand South Africa.

 

Ms Tina Eboka

IWFSA Director

Tina Eboka is a board-level Strategy Consultant with a 24-year career spanning the banking, science/technology research, retail and manufacturing industries in both the public and the private sectors. Tina is a recognised business turnaround specialist who excels at fueling change in South Africa and on the African continent.

In her most recent role, Tina served as Executive Director of Group Corporate Affairs with Standard Bank of South Africa, where she established and led group corporate affairs as a member of the Group Executive Committee. 

 

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