A conversation on being black in the workplace

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Carice Anderson holds an MBA from Harvard University and has worked with and for top companies such as Deloitte, Google, the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation and McKinsey & Company. She  currently does executive coaching, consulting and facilitation for top firms. Picture: Kevin 'O Reilly
Carice Anderson holds an MBA from Harvard University and has worked with and for top companies such as Deloitte, Google, the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation and McKinsey & Company. She currently does executive coaching, consulting and facilitation for top firms. Picture: Kevin 'O Reilly

Carice Anderson is the author of Intelligence Isn't Enough: A Black Professional's Guide to Thriving in the Workplace. Tonight she will tackle issues around being black in the workplace. During this conversation, Anderson will be joined by a panel of working professionals including: 

  • Manai Aphane: Senior Consultant Organisational Design at Old Mutual
  • Motlatsi Mkalala: Main Market head at Standard Bank South Africa
  • Gopolang Ngale-Lekgetha: Executive Head of Marketing at Vodacom Business
  • Sbu Ngwane: Global Markets Executive at Asia Pacific
Carice Anderson is the author of Intelligence Isn'
Carice Anderson is the author of Intelligence Isn't Enough: A Black Professional's Guide to Thriving in the Workplace. (Supplied)

Event details

Date: The event takes place on 23 March 2021

Time: 18h00

Venue: The conversation will be streamed live on The Reading List’s Facebook page and their YouTube channel. 

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