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Senior Management



Dr Gustaaf Wolvaardt

Managing Director
MBChB (Pret), M.Med (Int) (Pret), FCP (SA), AMP (MBS), PGCHE (Pret)


Dr Gustaaf Wolvaardt is the Managing Director of FPD. Prior to being appointed at FPD he served the South African Medical Association as a Healthcare Executive. Dr Gustaaf holds a Bachelors Degree in Medicine and Surgery (MBChB) (1983), a Masters Degree in Internal Medicine (M.Med) (1990) and a post graduate qualification in Higher Education (PGCHE) (2008) from the University of Pretoria. He is also a Fellow of the College of Physicians of South Africa and completed the Manchester Business School Advanced Management Programme in 1998. Dr Wolvaardt serves on the Board of Directors of the South African Institute for Health Care Managers, Dira Sengwe Conferences, Right to Care and Aids Accountability International. He has published a number of articles on international health and health management issues and advises a number of international clients on international health issues from time to time. In 2007 he was recognized a one of the 25 most influential South African healthcare leaders by the South African Institute of Health Care Managers.


Ms Veena Shaik

Sales Executive
MBA, PGCHE (Pret)



Ms Veena Pillay, a South African citizen with a MBA and a Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education has spent most of her career with FPD having been with the organization since its inception. She has the overall management responsibility for delivery of all FPD training activities through the Business School, School of Health Sciences and School of Education. She is also responsible for implementing several sub awards that fit within her portfolio of programmes.


Mr Henk Reeder

Chief Operations Officer
BCompt



Henk Reeder joined Foundation for Professional Development in 2008 as Financial Manager and was subsequently appointed to Chief Financial Officer and thereafter as Chief Operations Officer in January 2012. In 2015, he was also appointed as Chief Executive Officer of the South African Institute of Health Care Managers and serves on various FPD Affiliate and Subsidiary Board of Directors.

Henk matriculated in 1994; thereafter he studied BCompt part-time through UNISA while completing his articles. He was audit manager till 2006 when he left the audit environment to pursue a career in management.


Ms Suzanne Mabaso

Innovation Executive
BSLA, MPH



Suzanne Mabaso is the head of the Technical Assistance (TA) Cluster which has a focus on strengthening South African Government (SAG) capacity for leadership, management and delivery of health services in the district health system.


Dr Nkhensani Nkhwashu

Systems Strengthening Executive
BSc (Medical Science), MSc (Anatomy), PhD (Microbiology)




Academic Cluster



Mr Anton la Grange

Head: Training Operations and Student Administration
BSc (Ed), BSc (HONS), CAHM, AMP (MBS)


Mr Anton la Grange is the HOD: Training Operations and Student Administration within the Academic Cluster and oversee all training activities, both donor sponsored and commercial, and operational issues relating to training within the cluster. Anton la Grange holds a BSc (HONS) from University of Pretoria as well as postgraduate qualifications in health management and Monitoring and Evaluation from Foundation for Professional Development and Manchester Business School.


Ms Tiyani Armstrong

Head: SHIPS Unit
LLB, HCM



Mrs Tiyani Armstrong is Head of the Foundation for Professional Development’s (FPD) SHIPS Department. Mrs Armstrong and her highly dedicated team are working hard to bridge the Skills-to-Work gap in the country. The programmes are vast ranging from Internships in various fields of studies to different types of learnerships that are focusing on skills development in South Africa. Mrs Armstrong has been with FPD for 8 years and has assisted many young individuals with their career growth as well as acquiring a national qualification. Mrs Armstrong is passionate about youth development and has channelled her skills into ensuring that our future leaders are equipped with the right skills to prosper and advance the potential of our country.


Dr Elize Venter

Head: Education Innovation Department
D.Ed. , M.Ed., B.Sc, H.E.D


Dr Elize Venter is the Head of the Department Quality Assurance and Academic Programme Development. She holds a Doctor of Education in Didactics degree and Masters of Education (with specialisation in Environmental Education) degree, both from the University of South Africa. She completed a Bachelor of Science degree as well as a Post Graduate Higher Education Diploma at the University of the Free State. Elize started her career as a biology teacher in Bethlehem in the Free State. Before joining FPD, she was working as a curriculum development practitioner at the Tshwane University of Technology. She has published a number of articles on educational issues and contributed a chapter in an international book on STEM and social justice.


Ms Amor Gerber

Head: Conferences and Special Events Department
B.Com, DTE


I have been working in the Education Field for the past 21 years. I started my career in 1996 as a lecturer at the Pretoria College. I spend 10 years at the College and in 2006 I was one of 25 women in South Africa chosen by the International Women Forum to take part of their Strategic Leadership Programme offered through GIBS. I joined FPD in 2007 as the Head of the Training department managing in the region of 30 000 students per year. In 2015 I became the Head of the Conference Department and are managing conferences such as the SA AIDS, SA TB, SA VIOLENCE and many more.


Ms Alta
Kruger

Head: Occupational Health, Safety and Wellness School
BCur Ed et Adm (NWU), RN, RM, CHN (TUT),
Occupational Health N (RAU)


Alta heads up the new Occupational Health, Safety & Wellness Training unit . Her nursing career started at 17 at the University of the Free State. Her interest n Occupational Health started in 1984 with ESKOM, after completing her qualification in OH, she worked at various companies, starting up OH & PHC clinics and managing different projects. In 2005 she got involved in travel medicine, completed the SASTM Wits travel medicine course and worked in South Africa and Africa combining OH, Travel & PHC in rural & urban settings for a variety of industries. After completing a Lead Auditors course she developed and implemented OH legal compliance audits and rolled out the quality improvement programme and standards for the Occupational Health clinics of OCSA nationally and consulting for other companies on legal compliance and auditing. During 2011 she moved into education - managing and teaching the Post-Grad Dip in Occupational Health Nursing Science and various OH related short courses for the OCSA Academy of Excellence. Only one tertiary private institution is registered to present the Post-Grad Diploma in Occupational Health Nursing which, due to the hands-on approach and practical experience of all lecturers, being subject matter experts in the OH field makes it a high-demand course.


Ms Annatjie
Peters

Head: Nursing School
BCur (UP); BACur (UNISA); MSocSc (UFS); Diploma in Clinical Nursing, Diagnosis,
Treatment and Care (UFS). RN, RM, CHN, PN, NEd, NA


Annatjie started her career at the Technical College, Kroonstad in 1976 as lecturer. After eleven years she joined the Kroonstad Local Authority, where she was responsible for the management of the TB program, all trainings done for local authority and the disaster management program.In 1996 she was appointed Assistant Manager for Health Care Programs in the Fezeli Dabi District in the Free State.She joined the Free State Provincial Government in 2000 when she became the TB Manager.Her husband moved to Pretoria in 2004 and she did some contract work for TADSA, developing assessment tools for Community Care Workers and local clinics.She started working for CDC (SA)in 2006 as project manager for six research studies, where after she became the TB/HIV lead at CDC (SA) responsible for technical assistance and support to PEPFAR partners, NDOH, provincial and district DOH to ensure program goals were achieved. She was the Activity Manager for eight PEPFAR funded projects. She provided technical direction for proposals that result in grants and monitored the budget allocated to TB/HIV implementing partners within portfolio. In 2014, after retirement from CDC, she became the Chief of Party at JPS Africa, responsible for the establishment of a National MDR-TB Centre of Excellence and the first nurse-initiated MDRTB treatment and management program world-wide.In 2017, before joining FPD, she did contract work for WHO and Solidariteit.She wrote the TB strategic plan for Pakistan (WHO funded) and the CPD portfolio for nurses for Solidariteit


Mr Pie-Pacifique Kabalira-Uwase

Business School
BSc (Physics), NEXUS IX





Pie-Pacifique is the Head of the FPD Business School. He completed high school in Rwanda, and progressed to study Physics at Varsity, with a lot of Computer Science modules as electives. He worked as an Independant International Consultant in Sales and Business Leadership before he Joined FPD. Pie-Pacifique enjoys learning, and he admits that it has to be what takes up most of his time.


Ms Lerisa
Roberts

Senior Project Manager: Business School
MBA




Lerisa has 17 years of business and management experience, having worked in 7 countries on 3 continents. She headed up a Multi-National Engineering company, before venturing into entrepreneurship in 2010. When it comes to management education, Lerisa is of the belief that management theory and management practice should be mutually informed, which is why, after obtaining her MBA degree from the University of Liverpool in 2014, Lerisa ventured into academia, working with brands such as the London School of Economics, The University of Essex, the University of Cape Town and Wits Business School on their management portfolios.
Lerisa joined FPD Business School as a Senior project manager, where she believes that her passion for business and education is aligned with FPD’s vision to “build a better society through education and capacity development


Dr Cynthia Joan Henley-Smith

Senior Project Manager: School of Education
BSc, BSc (Hons), MSc, Dip. Cos. Science, PhD, PGCHE


Dr Margot
Uys

Head: School of Health Sciences
MB.BCh (Rand) BA (Mus) Hons, HED, AHMP (FPD-Yale)


Goal oriented and target driven Dr. Uys has extensive experience and expertise in the strengthening of health systems over the last twenty years bridging the gap from private health care to public health care and focussing mostly in resource-poor and rural South Africa. Dr. Uys has also been involved in consultancy work for UNODC and the Trimbos Instituut based in The Netherlands in the development of and training in Standard Operating Procedures and Guidelines for TB/HIV care in prisons in eleven sub-Saharan countries as well as leading the consultancy support to UNICEF in the review and evaluation of the PMTCT Mother and Child programme in South Africa in preparation for the validation exercise for the elimination of MTCT. She has also done consultancy work for GEMS (Government Employees Medical Scheme) as independent evaluator of medical aid submissions. As a project manager for Foundation for Professional Development (FPD) since 2006 in the that’sit programme, a PEPFAR-supported HIV programme with a TB focus, she was able to establish a network of TB and HIV integrated care sites in areas of extremes, overcoming a range of challenges across five provinces in South Africa. Since 2007 more than 200 clinics were receiving support through this project, a collaborative programme between the SA Medical Research Council (MRC), the Foundation for Professional Development (FPD) and the various Provincial and District Departments of Health in South Africa. In her twenty years senior health care management experience, she has focused on streamlining systems and managing people. She is currently supervising and managing more than 500 employees directly or indirectly in the areas of TB, HIV, PMTCT, Community and pharmaceutical services, SCM, Laboratory and Research. This includes categories of staff ranging from senior health care managers and clinicians to community based health care workers.


Ms Alet
Bosman

Registrar
B.Com (Fin Man), HED B.Com Hons (ACC), ACHM


Ms Bosman have worked in the health sector for more than sixteen years and has extensive financial management and operational management experience. Ms Bosman’s career started in finance and I was the Financial Manager for Foundation for Professional Development (FPD) for more than five years, before she moved to an Operational Management position. FPD has an annual turnover of more than R400 million and has been implementing programmes in the Public Sector since 2004. Ms Bosman have been responsible for some aspects of those programmes. Her experience in management also provided her with strategic level insight. Ms Bosman has been Company Secretary of various health sector organisations since 2002. She is therefore familiar with corporate governance requirements in the health sector. Early in 2013, Ms Bosman moved to the FPD Evaluations Unit. This Unit is a dedicated public health programme evaluation that works predominantly around programmes funded by either donors or the government. As head of this unit she has been responsible for the evaluation of various health sectors programmes and conferences and is also responsible for financial management and project management within the unit.


Dr Karen
Muller

Head: School for Child Forensic Studies
B.A. (Hons) LLB PhD


Karen Müller established The Institute for Child Witness Research and Training in 1998. She specialises in developing legislation and protocols affecting child witnesses, locally and internationally. She has published extensively and is an expert witness in the field of child witnesses. Karen runs a number of specialised training courses aimed at improving the knowledge and skills of all role-players working with child witnesses in the criminal-justice system. As a Professor of Law, she supervises Master’s and PhD research and is currently implementing postgraduate qualifications for professionals working in the field.


Mr Dylan
Newham

Head: School of Information Technology
BSCIT (Information & Knowledge systems); Microsoft Certified
Educator - Microsoft Literacy for Educators (62-193); Microsoft Certified
Educator - Microsoft Certified Educator in the 21st Century (2018) (62-193)

Innovation Cluster



Ms. Karabo
Born

Project Manager
National HIV Think Tank
BSc BioChem & BioTech (Wits), BSc(Hons) BioTech (Wits), PGDMM (Unisa), MPH (Pret.)


Karabo Born holds a BSC BioChem & BioTech as well as a BSc(Hons) BioTech from the University of the Witwatersrand which were obtained in 2005 and 2006 respectively. Thereafter she worked as a QC Microbiologist for Adcock Ingram and ventured off as a Food Safety & Hygiene Auditor form 2008 – 2013. Her passion for health programmes grew which resulted in her obtaining a MPH(Cum Laude) at the University of Pretoria in 2012. In 2013 she took a corporate sabbatical and went to Shenzhen, China to work as an ESL Teacher. On her return in June 2014 she joined FPD as a Junior Project Manager and worked in the Integrated Health Systems Strengthening (IHSS) department, then as a QA Manager on the Community Based Counselling & Testing (CBCT) project from Nov 2015 – Sep 2016. Ms Born is the Project Manager of the National HIV Think Tank Project. This project is funded to establish and manage the Secretariat for the South African National HIV Think Tank (HIV TT) for a three year period. The HIV TT provides a central place for all stakeholders (government, academia, NGOs, donors, community and implementers), under the chairmanship of the National Department of Health (NDoH), to review epidemiological, routine monitoring and economic evidence related to the HIV epidemic, identify priority gaps, and establish consensus on appropriate next steps, including research projects and pilots of new programs and policies.


Dr Abe
Seakamela

Chief of Party Reading Support Project
PhD degree, BA , H.Dip Ed. pg, Bed degree


Dr Abe Seakamela matriculated at Meadowlands High School in in 1975. He then proceeded to the then University of the North (now Limpopo) where he completed his BA degree in 1979. He registered as a part-time student with the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) to pursue his post graduate studies in Higher Education Diploma in Education (H.Dip Ed. pg) whilst still teaching at Meadowlands high school. He completed the diploma in 1982 and registered for a Bed degree with the same University (Wits) and completed it in 1984. He later registered with the then Potchefstroom University (now North West) for a Master’s degree in Teacher Education. He obtained his PhD degree in Educational Management from the North West University in 2013. He started working as a teacher at Meadowlands High School, proceeded to Pace Commercial College in Soweto before taking up a position as a lecture at In-service College in Mmabatho. He joined the University of Bophuthatswana’s Institute of Education as a research associate. The role of the institute was to develop and support and monitor curriculum implementation in the 6 colleges that were affiliated to the university. He joined the North West Education Department in 1995 as a director for teacher and technical colleges. He was later promoted to the position of a Chief Director for the Bojanala District. In 2003 he was elevated to the position of the Deputy Director General responsible for Curriculum and District Coordination. A position he held until his resignation from the department in 2013. He joined the National Education Collaboration Trust (NECT) as Education Director in the Eastern Cape until March 2016. He joined the Reading Support Project in November 2016 to date. Dr Seakamela brings to this project and to FPD a wealth of experience which he garnered from his involvement in the education sector. His contribution to the project remains invaluable


Dr Andrew
Medina-Marino

Head: Epidemiology and Research Department
BA, MS, PhD



Andrew G.A. Medina-Marino, Ph.D., is a molecular biologist with training in field epidemiology. As Head of the Foundation for Professional Development’s Research Unit, Dr Medina-Marino is currently leading 5 major studies- 1) a comparison of population profiles of clients receiving community-based vs facility-based HIV testing services, 2) evaluating the impact of community-based HIV counselling and testing on linkage-to-care of individuals diagnosed with HIV and the identification of recently infected individuals, 3) STI screening and treatment of HIV+ pregnant women to decrease HIV transmission from mother-to-child, 4) assessing the implementation of universal screening for TB in health care facilities, and 5) conducting a randomized study evaluating an intervention integrating economic strengthening and HIV prevention programs for vulnerable youth in South Africa. As the Senior Technical Advisor for Disease Surveillance and Laboratory Systems, Dr. Medina-Marino works directly with nine of South Africa’s 52 health districts to 1) support the detection and respond to disease outbreaks, 2) increase the use of surveillance and DHIS data for decision making, 3) enhance pre- and post-analytical laboratory service systems at the clinic-lab interface. Dr. Medina-Marino has twice been deployed to West Africa where he worked with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), (a.k.a., Doctors Without Borders) to contain the on-going Ebola outbreak. While there, he specifically worked to support disease surveillance, case investigation and contact tracing activities, as well as support and optimize epidemiologic data flow from Ebola Treatment Units to the Ministry of Health.


Ms Suzanne
Mabaso

Head: GPCC
BSLA, MPH




Suzanne Mabaso is the head of the Technical Assistance (TA) Cluster which has a focus on strengthening South African Government (SAG) capacity for leadership, management and delivery of health services in the district health system.


Ms Hanlie
Kapp

Head: Masimanyane Gender Based Violence Project
BCur, CAHM, ACME


Hanlie Kapp qualified as registered nurse in 1989; acquired a post graduate Certificate in Health Management (2010) and Advanced Certificate in M&E (2016) through FPD. She worked as a registered nurse in primary and secondary level healthcare facilities in the public sector and transitioned to the private healthcare environment where she owned and managed a nursing practice and CDE clinics before moving to disease and hospital case management in the medical insurance environment. She has managed several USAID funded programs within FPD since joining the company in 2009. She implemented the award-winning First things First public private partnership campaign in the higher education sector in 2011. Hanlie is currently the Principle Investigator on a CDC funded program for Programmatic Implementation and Technical Assistance (TA) for HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis (TB) Prevention, Care and Treatment Services.

Systems Strengthening Cluster


Ms Ernesha Webb
Mazinyo

Head: Health Systems Strengthening Support
BS-Biology (Howard), MPH (Columbia)

Ernesha Webb Mazinyo has more than 20 years of international experience in public health policy, planning and practice specifically focused on organizational and program development, building partnerships and community engagement. She serves as Head of Department: District Health Systems and New Ventures in the Technical Assistance Cluster of the Foundation for Professional Development. Ernesha has extensive experience in the public sector having served in several capacities including Program Director for the District Public Health Offices (DPHO) of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Ernesha received her Bachelor of Science from Howard University and a Master of Public Health from the Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University.


Ms Bontle
Mogakane

Head: Strategic Information Department
BSc Maths & Stats, HCM, AHMP


Bontle Mogakane is the HOD for Technical Assistant Strategic Information (TASI) where her role is to oversee data analysis, presentation, use and advisory to the health programme managers and implementers. Her main responsibility is to manage the team M&E coordinators and advisors and providing final approval for data verification and reporting to the USAID/PEPFAR against the Country Operation Plan (COP). Bontle holds a Masters in Public Health degree from the University of Pretoria and has10 years working experience in the HIV/AIDS environment ranging from public health care facilities, district, provincial and national level. She has contributed to the development of a Health Information training manual and trained both clinical and non-clinical staff on Ante-retroviral Therapy (ART) South African register to strengthen knowledge of the HAART programme and indicators. She has taken a lead in rolling-out the TIER.Net electronic system at more than two hundred public health care facilities including hospitals. Bontle has also been part of the Gender Based Violence team as an FPD consultant Botswana and Swaziland where she worked very closely with the ministries of health to come up with revised Policies, SOPs and M&E framework for the GBV programs. Her role included the finalisation of GBV indicators, coming up with data management strategies, train-the-trainer on data collection and management. For the past two year she has been a guest lecturer at the University of Pretoria during the Social Determinants of Health and Primary Health Care module and has also lectured an M&E module at the University of Fort Hare.


Ms Hanlie
Kapp

Head: CDC Projects
BCur, CAHM, ACME



Hanlie Kapp qualified as registered nurse in 1989; acquired a post graduate Certificate in Health Management (2010) and Advanced Certificate in M&E (2016) through FPD. She worked as a registered nurse in primary and secondary level healthcare facilities in the public sector and transitioned to the private healthcare environment where she owned and managed a nursing practice and CDE clinics before moving to disease and hospital case management in the medical insurance environment. She has managed several USAID funded programs within FPD since joining the company in 2009. She implemented the award-winning First things First public private partnership campaign in the higher education sector in 2011. Hanlie is currently the Principle Investigator on a CDC funded program for Programmatic Implementation and Technical Assistance (TA) for HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis (TB) Prevention, Care and Treatment Services.


Ms Thato
Farirai

Head: Community Based Counselling and Testing Department
BSW, Hon.Soc.Sc


Over the past ten years, I have gained invaluable and extensive experience in planning, development and implementation of HIV prevention programs with a specific focus on HIV counselling and testing (HTS). I have been involved in policy development with the National Department of Health on HIV and AIDS. My social sciences background, as infused into my experience, has also broadened my scope on development issues and how meaningful involvement of the target population plays a credible role for any development or behaviour change programme’s success. I have experience in working with HIV and AIDS programs targeting high risk population groups such as prisoners, the youth, men who have sex with men (MSM) and sex workers (SW’s). I have been in the forefront of advocating for policy change on issues such as implementation of provider initiated HIV counselling and testing, lay counsellors to perform the rapid HIV test, implementation of home-based HTS and couple HTS in an effort to improve access to HTS in South Africa.

Operations Cluster



Mr Henk Reeder

Chief Operations Officer
BCompt


Henk Reeder joined Foundation for Professional Development in 2008 as Financial Manager and was subsequently appointed to Chief Financial Officer and thereafter as Chief Operations Officer in January 2012. In 2015, he was also appointed as Chief Executive Officer of the South African Institute of Health Care Managers and serves on various FPD Affiliate and Subsidiary Board of Directors.

Henk matriculated in 1994; thereafter he studied BCompt part-time through UNISA while completing his articles. He was audit manager till 2006 when he left the audit environment to pursue a career in management.


Ms Maureen Fourie

Human Resource Administration
BA(Hons) IOP


Maureen Fourie matriculated in 1989 at the John Vorster High School in Nigel. Thereafter she joined the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) and obtained her BMil (Human Science) degree from the University of Stellenbosh in 2001 and a Certificate in Senior Management from Continuous Education at the University of Pretoria in 2007. Her career in the private sector started off as a HR Consultant for LifeSense in 2008. After a year of consultation she was appointed as the HR Officer at Higher Education South Africa (HESA) and she obtained a Certificate in Advanced Labour Relations Management from Continuous Education at the University of Pretoria in 2010 and successfully completed the Higher Education HR Academy in 2012. In 2013 she was appointed at the HOD: HR Administration at the Foundation for Professional Development (FPD) and in 2015 she obtained her BA (Hons) Industrial and Organisational Psychology from UNISA. She is currently busy with a Certificate in Labour Dispute Resolution Practice at the University of the Witwatersrand. She is a registered Chartered HR Professional as well as a HR Auditor at the South African Board of People Practices (SABPP).


Ms Helga Swart

Communications
HCM, ACHM


I have extensive experience in the visual communication field gained over the past 22 years in both the retail sector, but more recently (past 16 years) within the education, training and health sector. This would include the management of design, printing and advertisements for the educational cluster within the FPD for the training of 50 000 students per year. Social media management of FPD and various National and International conferences with great successes such as having the 17th ICASA conference and the SA Basic Education Conference trending during the opening ceremony. Furthermore, I have been the Sponsor Marketing and Branding Custodian for the Foundation for Professional Development for the past 6 years.


Mr Keith Pullen

Information Technology
Struct Eng(Zim) Hon., HCM


I have been involved with the PC industry for 24 years. MCSE NT3.5/4.0. Lotus Notes Senior Administrator Cyber Security Officer (FPD) Currently HOD FPD IT department overlooking all IT infrastructure, Security, Mail Servers, Microsoft servers, Network Planning , implementation and design. Telephone systems, Printer management and reporting. Cost saving analytics. Staff management .


Ms Lucy Rossouw

Head: Travel Bureau
H. Cert (Management) (FPD), B.B.A (UNISA)


Ms. Lucy Rossouw is the Head of Unit of the in-house Travel Bureau at FPD. The Travel Bureau specializes in corporate travel management and conference destination management solutions. Lucy oversees overall management of travel related arrangements for external clients of the Travel Bureau, FPD staff, faculty, conference delegates, speakers, committee members, Board of Directors, VIP’s. Lucy started her career at FPD in 2004 as a temporary employee, dealing with various student administration activities on the Dispensing Course. She was then permanently employed at FPD in 2006, within the Training Department where she managed various Clinical & Management courses, and in 2012 she moved over to the Operations Cluster to manage the Travel Bureau.
Lucy Rossouw holds a Bachelors in Business Administration degree from UNISA and a Higher Certificate in Management qualification from FPD, and is busy with her Advanced Certificate in Monitoring and Evaluation qualification from FPD.