Lehlogonolo Moseri

Lehlogonolo is the founder of Mosa Environmental Consulting, an organisation that addresses and provides strategic solutions on environmental, social impacts and Green building solutions. She has lead various infrastructure, renewable energy, green building and development projects within the African Continent, in government and private sector. She holds two honours degrees in Chemistry and Environmental Management and she is a registered Professional Natural Scientist. Prior to founding her company, Lehlogonolo acquired eight years of working experience as a scientist in senior management roles, in various mining companies. Her passion for women and youth development in Africa is shown through her Non- Profit Organisation called Educate-A-Girl foundation. The primary goal of this organisation is to influence, empower and uplift women and youth from disadvantaged communities, through career, entrepreneurship and personal development and mentorship, with Maths, science and technology opportunities as one of the main offerings for the learners that are still in secondary school, in Limpopo. The organisation host bi-annual career exhibitions for available careers and opportunities in science ad technology in Limpopo. Currently the organisation has partnered with sixteen secondary schools in Limpopo. Furthermore, her passion on Sustainable development on Africa, and her strive to improve the world has had her selected as part of the World Economic Forum Global shapers Community of Young Leaders, a network of Hubs developed and led by young people who are exceptional in their potential, their achievement and their drive to make a contribution to their communities. Shapers are highly motivated individuals who have a great potential for future leadership roles in society. They are selected on the basis of their achievements, leadership potential, and commitment to make a difference in their communities.In 2017 she was further awarded the prestigious Mandela Washington Fellowship, for Business and Leadership, due to her entrepreneurship and Servant leadership achievements.