Nozipho Mbanjwa is conversation strategist moderating global conversations that are designed to have measurable outcomes. She is in demand for her unique and insightful ability to facilitate difficult conversations with courage, depth and breadth. As an internationally acclaimed conference moderator and Human Capital Advocate for The World Bank and Global Citizen, she has successfully moderated conversations for global and African institutions including, leading listed and unlisted multinational corporations, business schools, and civil society organisations that seek to leverage conversations for change.
Nozipho is also an award-winning financial markets broadcaster lifting the African business story through the lens of leadership, performance, the political economy, development finance, gender mainstreaming, and youth development.
Nozipho is an executive director at LRMG, a faculty member for Duke Corporate Education in Africa, a fellow of the Gordan Institute for Business Science’s Centre for African Management and Markets (CAMM), a Tutu fellow, and in 2019 was named one of Africa’s Most Influential Young People.
She is an alumni of the following academic institutions:
- Said Business School, Oxford (Tutu Fellow)
- University of London (Masters in International Studies)
- Stellenbosch Business School (|Masters in Development Finance – cum laude)