Dr. Keratiloe Mogotsi

Professor at Centre on African Philanthropy and Social Investment Wits Business School

Pan Africanist, pracademic, researcher, lean innovation coach, project management professional and African Philanthropy Lecturer at the University of the Witwatersrand. Keratiloe is currently a lecturer, coach and mentor at the Centre on African Philanthropy and Social Investment at the Wits Business School.

She has vast experience in the corporate, government and non-profit sectors. She is a certified project management professional with the PMI Institute and lean six sigma coach. She is a registered member of ARNOVA (association for research in nonprofit organisations and voluntary action); ISTR (International Society for third sector research) and IPASA (Independent philanthropy association of South Africa).

She has led philanthropic projects as the President of the Women in Nielsen CSI initiative, the African heritage programme lead for MINDS and the Nielsen Cares programme in Africa. She teaches and provides advisory services for non-profits. Her research areas include disaster philanthropy in Africa, venture philanthropy, African philanthropy, lean and agile management in non-profits and philanthrocapitalism in Africa. She is passionate about the continent and its people, and a passionate educator and coach committed to excelling in everything that she does.