Prof Mellet Moll
Prof Moll is currently the Acting Dean of the Engineering Faculty at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology. Prof Moll has wide experience working at difference portfolios in the University Environment and about 16 years experience in the private sector.
He holds a PhD, a Combined Master’s and Honours Degree and a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Pretoria.
Errol is the current CEO of EWseta and has experience in Investments and in the North West Education Department as a CEO and Senior Executive.
Errol has a MPhil Political Economy, Politics, Governance, International Relations from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University and other Degrees include MDiv in Counselling and Psychology, BA Social Sciences, University Diploma in Education.
Sisa has vast political experience, being a Parliamentary representative, experience in education, involvement in trade unions, business ventures.
Sisa has a Diploma in in Applied Social Studies at Ruskin College, Oxford University in the United Kingdom, a Certificate in Leadership Communication obtained in Rhodes University. Sisa’s academic achievements include being appointed as an external moderator as well as research fellow at the University of Johannesburg.
Katherine has 13 years of experience in the power sector (primarily in renewable energy), 10 of which have been focused on projects in Sub-Saharan Africa. In her current role Katherine leads a team of renewable energy professionals developing and implementing large renewable energy facilities in South and East Africa
MBA (cum laude), the University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB), MSc Environmental Management (with distinction), the University of Nottingham, England and BSc Honours Geography (with distinction), the University of Nottingham, England.
Peter du Plessis
Peter has more than 30 years experience in the Finance industry. He is the current Executive Director of Finance at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology.
Peter holds a BCom CA (SA), Accounting from the University of Cape Town.
Naim Rassool being the Director of SARETEC has a career spanning 20 years practising as an engineer, venture capitalist and leading companies. These various roles have exposed Naim to numerous industry sectors including a stint in public sector.
Naim sits on a number of Boards including Green Cape and acts in an advisory capacity to the technology innovation fraternity in South Africa. In terms of formal qualifications, Naim holds a BSc (Engineering) & MSc (Engineering) from University of Witwatersrand and an MBA from University of Pretoria’s Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS).
Board Members absent: Prof Marshall Sheldon & Ms Chantal Dwyer