Our Team

WHAT WE STAND FOR

VISION

South African women to fully participate in and contribute to the oil and energy sector. To be the leading organisation in facilitating the participation of South African women in the oil and energy sector.

MISSION

Empowerment; training; transformation; wealth creation; strategic partnering; business professional services.

BOARD PROFILES

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Ms. Khumo Ntlha

WOESA Group CEO, she sits on the boards of the companies in which the group has invested.
She is passionate about community development and women’s empowerment. She received her education and training on social development at Wits and in Israel. She worked extensively (15 years) in South Africa and outside the country. She has extensive experience in the international donor community and has sat on overseas donor boards and committees for several years. Khumo is also a skilled project manager, managing multi-million-rand projects for international donors. She also worked in the SADC region building the organizational capacity of NGOs.
Before joining WOESA, she was a partner in a consulting company that focused on development for 7 years.

profile pics_0003_Ms. Pinky Moabi-Makasi

Ms. Pinky Moabi-Makasi

Ms. Pinky Moabi-Makasi is currently the Managing Director of New Africa Petroleum Holdings, a company that operates a group of service stations as well as warehousing and distribution of packaging materials. She has obtained her B.Compt degree at UNISA as well as a Management Advancement Programme from WBS. Ms. Makasi was previously the Group Financial Manager of Thebe Industrial Holdings (a subsidiary of Thebe Investments). She worked in the commercial division of Unilever for seven years, including three years working at the Foods Division Head office in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. She served her auditing articles through Arthur Andersen and was the Chairperson of the Audit Committee for the South African President’s Office.

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Ms. Kelebogile Mosiane

Ms. Mosiane is currently the Managing Director of Motseng Business Consulting , an entity that focuses on Human resources services and Information Technology services. She also owns MoAfrica Ventures, a company that owns MoAfrika Cakes which supplier all Cakes and Bakes and supplies VP Herbal products to retailers, pharmacies and individuals who would like to resell the products to their communities. She has obtained an MBA at UNISA SBL, BCOM (Hons) Informatics at UNISA and BCom Informatics degree at the University of Pretoria.
Kelebogile has extensive experience in the information management field and has worked for SAP Africa as a Business Intelligence consultant and then ventured into the mining industry working for Impala Platinum mines, Exxaro resources and Anglo American’s global shared services (EMEA, LATAM and APAC). She achieved excellent results in setting strategies that achieved business outcomes through engaging senior business stakeholders and innovative IT systems at all levels of the information pyramid.

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Ms. Trinity Mashego

Ms. Mashego, a long standing WOESA member, worked for ABSA Bank after completing her National Diploma in Credit Management at Tshwane University of Technology (Changed from Pretoria Technikon). She joined ABSA in July 2004 working in the Small Business division for 7 years, the highest position she held was that of Risk Consultant for the entire Small Business Division of Absa Bank where her responsibilities included policy review and amendments to minimize risk exposure to the bank. Her experience in the division helped shape the idea of being a businesswoman one day. She left ABSA in 2012 to start her own business and her business interests are in Construction and Wholesaling of Fuel.
Apart from running her businesses, she is the Chairperson of the Petroleum and Liquid Fuels Sector Charter Council which has been tasked by the Department of Energy and the Department of Trade and Industry to align the old Petroleum Charter with the amended B-BBEE codes of good practice in order to effect Transformation in the sector

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Revd. Jacqueline Williams

Revd Drs Williams MA MDiv is a social entrepreneur with a passion for development, designing and implementing of social architecture structures which empower individuals and communities. 


As a trained political scientist and theologian, Jacque is an experienced trainer in the areas of women in development, leadership development, management skills and diversity management.
Jacque served as the first National Coordinator of WOESA. She has been a member of the Science, Engineering and Technology for Women Committee (SET4W) of the National Advisory Council for Innovation of the Department of Science and Technology. She served as a board member for Masana Petroleum and as a Trustee of the National Empowerment Fund.
Revd Williams is Rector of one of the parishes in the Diocese of Johannesburg of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa.

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