21 February 2020 – BoardWalk: KwaZulu-Natal

The Board Walk is a initiative that has been created to nurture the development aspiring directors who are currently in senior management positions and help them to unlock their future potential. It aims to expose these individuals to existing directors (both executive and non-executive) and partners during an interactive networking breakfast that will encourage meaningful engagement and dialogue.

Business and other leaders will be invited to host a table of between eight and ten people. The responsibility of the host will be to impart knowledge, experience and words of wisdom to the table, while directing the conversation.

The topics can be either specific or general as the host and the table pleases. Attendees will rotate tables twice during the breakfast, while the hosts remain at their table.

Fortune Gamanya

Fortune Gamanya

21 February 2020, 07h30-10h30

Guest Speaker
Fortune Gamanya,
Associate Director : Deloitte Consulting
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SA Home Loans, 2 Milkwood Crescent,
Milkwood Park, La Lucia

Cost: Free.
Numbers are limited so please respond early to avoid
Please make sure that the attendees are in senior positions.

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Colleen Larsen
Phone: 0843539865

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Speaker profile

Associate Management (Cum Laude) UCT GSB, Executive MBA (Cum Laude) UCT GSB.

Fortune is an Associate Director at Deloitte Consulting. She is the Western Cape Regional Leader for Human Capital. She also leads the Diversity and Inclusion offering.

Fortune is an Organisational Development Strategist with extensive experience in Change, Strategy Formulation and Cascading, Design and Delivery of organisation wide leadership development initiatives She is passionate about creating organisations that are fit for human beings and about contributing to the creation of an Africa that we can all be proud to call home.

She is a strong believer and advocate of the statements – diversity without inclusion is not enough, and that women are human beings before they are women and they should be engaged as such.