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Johannesburg Business School

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International Advisory Board

The Johannesburg Business School’s purpose is to develop and provide business education at various levels and to a range of markets. In order to ensure the effective implementation of this mandate an International advisory board was appointed in 2018. On 21 November 2018 the Johannesburg Business School’s International Advisory Board (JBS IAB) convened for its first meeting. Dr Sizwe Nxasana was appointed as the chair of the IAB. The JBS IAB is a functional advisory group that will assist JBS in executing its role and core values as a business school deeply immersed in the African landscape

Members of the IAB:

  • Dr Sizwe Nxasana (Chief Executive Officer, Sifiso Learning Group) (Chairperson)
  • Dr Camden Danielson ((Co-Founder & Principal, Conscious Leadership Institute)
  • Prof Trevor Manuel (Former Finance Minister & Minister of Planning, Chairman, Old Mutual Group Holdings)
  • Chris Maroleng (Chief Operating Officer, SABC)
  • Thandeka Mgoduso (Executive Chairman Jojose Investments)
  • Alistair Mokoena (Chief Executive Officer, Ogilvy)
  • Prof Angina Parekh (Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Academic)
  • Michael Spicer (Former Director BLSA and Executive Director Anglo American)
  • Mike Teke (Chairperson, UJ Council and Chief Executive Officer, Seriti Resources)
  • Prof Alberto Trejos (Dean, INCAE Costa Rica)
  • Prof Lyal White (Senior Director, Johannesburg Business School)
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