Kumeshnee West is the Director of Executive Education at the GSB where she leads her passionate team to deliver excellence to clients attending short courses and customised courses.
Dr Babar Dharani's research identifies the organizational conditions that are associated with happiness at work, measured through: employee job satisfaction, effective job commitment and engagement levels.
Athol Williams is a Senior Lecturer specialising in Corporate Responsibility and Ethical Leadership at the UCT GSB.
Mignon is a Marketing / Business Strategy Consultant with experience in the corporate and academic fields, both locally and internationally. Her corporate experience includes a range of different areas from retail to journalism, banking and advertising.
Prof. Kurt April is the Allan Gray Chair, an Endowed Professorship, and Director of the Allan Gray Centre for Values-Based Leadership, specialising in Leadership, Diversity and Inclusion at the UCT GSB.
Azvir is well regarded in his field and apart from developing talent, Azvir is hugely invested in employability initiatives and skills development, driving diversity and inclusion in everything he does.
Dr Camaren Peter is an Associate Professor with the Allan Gray Centre for Values-Based Leadership at the UCT GSB. He holds a cum laude BSc (Hons) degree in theoretical physics, an MSc in astrophysics and a PhD in Business Administration.
Shiela Yabo is a Business Strategist, Venture Builder & Project Manager with a passion for building inclusive ecosystems. She has worked in education and NGOs sectors for over six years. She is the Programme Manager at the Solution Space.
As the Social Systems Innovation Lead, Ncedisa convenes the Bertha Centre’s Systems Change and Social Impact Executive Education course. Her MPhil research question is around the relationship between collective embedded agency and institutional change.
Natasha’s work in innovative finance has focused on impact monetization and the use of grant funding to catalyse private sector investment for impact.
Jonathan Steyn is a business and marketing strategist who convenes the Business of Wine and Hospitality Leadership short courses at the UCT Graduate School of Business.
Solange Rosa was recently appointed the Director for the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship, an organisation she has been involved with since 2016.
Shivani Ghai is an engineer and an alumna of the UCT Graduate School of Business’ MBA programme.
Junior Research Fellow and PhD candidate in the Management Programme in Infrastructure Regulation and Reform (MIR), based at the Graduate School of Business (GSB) of the University of Cape Town.
Mzoxolo Gulwa has over 16 years’ experience in Industry, Market and Competitive Analysis as well as Information Management, mainly in the Financial Services industry, Legal Services and the public sector.
Sabine Lehmann has worked in the tourism and attractions industry for more than 20 years. She was the COO for the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa and opened the iconic museum to the public in September 2017.
Katusha de Villiers is the senior project manager for the Bertha Centre's Health Systems Entrepreneurship (HSE) project. She has direct experience with large-scale health care system transformation projects.
Sharron McPherson is one of Africa’s leading experts on the impact of technology disruption for emerging market growth and development, future work and the disruption of education.
Emeritus Professor Geoff Bick has achieved recognition as both a researcher and teacher, receiving a number of teaching awards throughout his career.
Dr Badri Zolfaghari lectures in the field of Strategy and International Business at the UCT GSB and is a researcher in the field of organizational behaviour, with a focus on multi-level trust development across cultures.
Associate Professor Mikael Samuelsson has been involved in award winning research, consultancy work and training of entrepreneurs since 1998. He is the founder of three business incubators/accelerators.
As a scholar Associate Professor Kosheek Sewchurran is primarily interested in organizing practices and research that acknowledge the realities of a lived-experience.
Ralph is Professor at the UCT Graduate School of Business and works on business strategy and sustainability, collaborative governance, and social entrepreneurship and innovation.
Associate Professor Sean Gossel’s expertise at the UCT GSB lies in the areas of financial economics, and financial globalization. He lectures on the MCom, MBA and EMBA programmes at the GSB.
Mark Graham is an Associate Professor at the UCT GSB and teaches on the MBA, EMBA and various Executive programmes.
Tim London joined the GSB in 2014 as a full time faculty member in the areas of leadership and organisational design across the full range of existing programmes (PhD, MBA, MPhil, PGDip, and Executive Education).
John Luiz is a Professor at the UCT GSB, specialising in International Business Strategy; Business, Society and Government; and Emerging Markets.
Rayner Canning is the Director of Business Development at the GSB where he leads the Business Development Unit to develop and support new and existing business for the GSB to ultimately increase market share and revenue.
Anton Eberhard is a Professor Emeritus and Senior Scholar at the University of Cape Town where he directs the Power Futures Lab at the Graduate School of Business. His research and teaching focuses on governance and regulatory incentives to improve utility performance, the political-economy of power
Dr Hamieda Parker lectures the Operations Management core course and the Global Supply Chain Management elective course on the MBA programme. She also lectures the Operations and Innovation Management Course on the PGDip programme.
Johannes Schueler facilitates the Innovation & Entrepreneurship core course as well as the Planning New Ventures elective on the MBA programme.
Dr Christine Swart-Opperman serves as a Council Member for the University of Namibia, Chairperson of the Remuneration Committee for the Ohlthaver & List Group of Companies in Namibia, and as Technical Advisor for the Capricorn Group Talent Board.
Xolisa is a lecturer and the head of coursework in the Development Finance Centre. He has 13 years of professional experience working with institutional investors.
Dr Mundia Kabinga is a development economist and management scholar with expertise in resource- and knowledge-based perspectives of the firm and markets in resource constrained environments.
Camille's research lies at the intersection of three domains - entrepreneurship, organization theory and sustainability - to explore managerial and organizational issues at the intersection of business and society.
Herman is an adjunct professor at the UCT Graduate School of Business, and CEO of Future Advisory, a digital transformation and start up acceleration firm operating globally. He was previously the CDO of the MTN group, and deputy chairman of Jumia, Africa’s first unicorn.
Professor Nicholas Biekpe is currently Professor of Development Finance & Econometrics, and Programme Director of the MCom in Development Finance at the UCT GSB.
Branding & Sponsorship Expert, Motivational Speaker, Business Owner and Adjunct Professor at the University of Cape Town's Graduate School of Business. Raymond motivates, creates, builds & challenges brands and businesses.
Dr. David C. Korten is the founder and president of the Living Economies Forum; co-founder, board member, and board chair emeritus of YES! Magazine; and an associate fellow of the Institute for Policy Studies.
Phathizwe Malinga is one of the most recognisable faces in the South African telecommunications and Internet of Things (IoT) market. He is a regular speaker at high-profile events like the annual MyBroadband Conference and AfricaCom.
Jenny’s current focus is executive education and coaching within professional development; she is particularly interested in understanding how adults learn, and what provides the greatest leverage in developing confidence in leadership.
Farhana Parker is a Bertha scholar and Masters Candidate in inclusive innovation at the UCT GSB where her research explores innovative pathways to prevent and scale the problem of domestic violence in women.
Misheck Mutize is a postdoctoral researcher and holds a PhD from the UCT Graduate School of Business. His research interests include credit rating, monetary economics, financial modelling, financial analysis and option valuation approaches.
Barry Standish, a former UCT Graduate School of Business economist, is founding partner at StratEcon, a leading South African economics consultancy with more than three decades of experience in Africa.
Craig O’Flaherty is a highly experienced Integral Coach who has worked to coach senior executives in leading organisations across the globe and to train prospective business and life coaches.
Elvis M Sekhaolelo is founder and executive director of eKasi Entrepreneurs, a non-profit company (NPC) dedicated to shaping the state of the townships and rural areas through the development of township entrepreneurs.