Mbali Motsoeneng

Digital Content Curator and Engagement Specialist, World Economic Forum Geneva

Mbali Motsoeneng previously worked as a Manager in Policy and Planning in the Private Office of the Executive Mayor of Johannesburg, South Africa. Her portfolio included strategy and policy advisory on municipal service delivery, governance, public health and city safety. Born in Johannesburg, her exposure to inequalities in South Africa led her to politics where she facilitated public policy educational workshops for youth across South Africa and developed youth development and economic policy papers. She obtained a Master of Management in 2016 from Wits School of Governance, specialising in Public Development Management, and is currently an incoming Master of Public Policy student at Hertie School of Governance in Berlin, Germany. Her passion for public service and advocacy led her to being elected as a Federal Deputy Chairperson on the national youth leadership of the official opposition party in South Africa. In this position she works on driving solutions for youth unemployment in South Africa, by prioritising youth-led decisions in policy conversations about economic participation and labor market demands. As a Global Shaper she is engaged in community development projects that focus on helping underprivileged communities.

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