Senior Management

TRACEY HENRY

TRACEY HENRY
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Having held positions at the Chamber of Mines and at Anglo American, Tracey joined Tshikululu at its inception in 1998. She was appointed CEO in 2008. Since then, Tracey has also served on various NGO boards and advisory committees. She is a Fellow of the African Leadership Institute, has been an occasional lecturer at the Gordon Institute of Business Science, and has peer reviewed and written a number of articles for local and international publications.

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NIKKI GRIFFITHS
CHIEF OPERATIONS OFFICER

Nikki is the Chief Operations Officer and head of the Fund Management team at Tshikululu. With a background in journalism, Nikki has over 12 years experiences in social investment and has worked with almost every client at Tshikululu across a wide range of industries, playing a key role in the implementation and execution of the company’s strategy. Her expertise ranges from social investment strategies to designing and implementing the operating models that support these strategies.

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SAM SHOKANE
Executive: Talent Management

Sam is a human resource generalist with progressive experience in People Management. Skilled at building teams and relationships across all levels, Sam’s role at Tshikululu involves building an HR business that translates Tshikululu’s strategic requirements into appropriate people management strategies aligned to the overall business objectives.

Alistair

ALISTAIR WAGNER
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

Alistair is an experienced business leader and brings to Tshikululu over 33 years’ experience in financial services, audit and consulting. He has previously served as CFO, COO and Managing Director of Silica, leading multiple departments including the accounting and financial functions, risk and compliance as well as the operations and client relationship management functions. Prior to this, he was the Financial Director for Investec Asset Management, CFO for TMA Investment Products and Director of BDO.

Adam Boros

ADAM BOROS
Head of Social Impact

Adam joined Tshikululu as a Corporate Social Investment Practitioner in 2010. Prior to this, he was Head of South African Programmes for Joint Aid Management (JAM), a South African humanitarian and development organisation where he was responsible for the establishment and management of nutritional feeding, agriculture, HIV/AIDS and OVC programming in the country. Adam has also worked for City Year, an organisation dedicated to youth development and the promotion of national service, in the United States. .

Siboniso

SIBONAKALISO MAVUKA
Manager: Special Projects

Sibonakaliso joined Tshikululu in August 2016 as a Social Investment Specialist. Prior to this, he was a Business Development Manager at Phakamani Impact Capital’s Mining Communities Fund, where he was responsible for a Community Enterprise Development Fund, aimed at funding Black-owned SMEs within mining communities. Sibonakaliso has also worked as an analyst in the Business in Development practice at one of Africa’s leading economic consulting firms.

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THULILE SIBEKO
FINANCIAL MANAGER

Thulile joined Tshikululu in April 2020 as Financial Manager. She has acquired her financial management experience within the FMCG and government sector and more recently at a global law firm. Thulile is currently studying towards a MCom (Tax) at Wits University. She is also a member of SAICA, SAIT and AWCA.

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MAMMUSO MAKHANYA
CLIENT RELATIONS MANAGER

As Client Relations Manager at Tshikululu, Mammuso heads the FNB and WesBank Funds and manages certain FirstRand Foundation programmes. She is responsible for strategy development, and implementation including effective disbursement of funds, monitoring and evaluation and reporting back to clients. Mammuso has over 28 years of experience in the corporate social investment space spanning community, education, environment, sports for development, gender equity and financial literacy spheres.

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LISA TEMKIN-TODES
CLIENT RELATIONS MANAGER

Lisa is a Social Anthropology graduate and a qualified professional with diverse work experience within the corporate and NGO sector both locally and internationally, She has over 14 years’ experience in Client Relationship Management across various sectors with the majority of her work experience lying within the development sector focussing on social investment, social and economic development and BEE Trusts.