5 ways governments can unlock a more social economy
The social economy supports disadvantaged groups, drives sustainable development, and offers an alternative economic model. So, how can governments harness its potential?
Businesswoman and Philanthropist, Chancellor University of Cape Town (UCT), professional background as a medical doctor. Executive Chairman and Founder of African Fashion International, a social enterprise establishment to promote the creative industry and create jobs for women and youth. Co-Chair and Chief Executive Officer, The Motsepe Foundation; its founding vision is to improve the quality of life for all, by promoting respect for diversity and supporting projects have the potential to assist beneficiaries in becoming self-reliant with programmes in education and leadership, sports, music and arts, community development, a Centre for Gender Equality and Leadership. It works with stakeholders and governments on initiatives to promote social cohesion. With her husband, was the first African couple to join the Giving Pledge and as co-investors of the Breakthrough Energy Venture. Member: The Harvard Kennedy School Women's Leadership Board and Public Leadership Council. Former President, Cancer Association for South Africa. Co-Chair, Maverick Collective USA.
Interest/Passion : Education, Youth Development ,Gender Equality, women empowerment, Health and Wellness.