Gail has worked in Diepsloot for the past 4 years and operates from the Father Louis Blondel Centre in Extension 10. She is passionate about advancing women’s economic and social equality, facilitating the development of viable business models for emerging and micro/small businesses, specifically growing the media and technology sectors. She is determined that young people learn about taking care of the environment, natural resources and animals.
The Trust is a special purpose vehicle for Socio-Economic, Enterprise and Supplier Development Funds and she assures corporate contributors of both points on the BEE Scorecard and sustainable and meaningful programmes. She takes a strategic and systemic approach to the work she does, speaks at conferences on real Corporate Social Responsibility and is known by her peers as the Networking Queen for her abilities to collaborate and create connections.
She obtained her LLB in 2010 and commenced articles at Lanham-Love Attorneys in 2011. Upon her admission in 2013 she remained at the firm as an associate specializing in Banking Law, Commercial Litigation and Insolvency and Collections until the advent of KANNIGAN LANHAM-LOVE ATTORNEYS (“KLL”) in 2014. At present Kim is a partner at both LANHAM-LOVE ATTORNEYS as well as the associate firm KLL.
Kim was selected to represent South Africa at the Africa Emerging Leaders Conference hosted by WYA in Nairobi, Kenya in 2010. She frequently acts as an Independent Legal Analyst on various high profile cases for various news channels.
Rebecca is passionate about driving economic transformation agenda to help build individuals and local communities. She is committed to the empowerment of women and different philanthropic causes. She mentors, coaches individuals and entrepreneurs. Rebecca actively supports the Dream Girls SA mentorship programme. She served as the Chairperson for IBM Women of South Africa Women network group and IBM South Africa Club and Committee member for Women in Technology.
Rebecca is a professional and inspirational public speaker at various women’s and business leadership conferences.
We manage a number of programmes based on expressed community needs established during stakeholder engagement and consultation. The key focus is on developing women and youth, nurturing education and cultivating a spirit of entrepreneurship, to ensure the creation of sustainable opportunities.