Women in Wheels | Go-getter Sehoroane Mokoena joins the Peugeot SA team

Sehoroane Mokoena (MotorPress)
Sehoroane Mokoena (MotorPress)

• Sehoroane Mokoena joins Peugeot SA's PR and events team.

• Mokoena has extensive knowledge of the auto industry.

• She previously held positions at Ford SA.

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Peugeot South Africa expanded its PR and events team with the appointment of Sehoroane Mokoena.

Mokoena is a self-motivated and ambitious person, driven by achieving high-quality results. Having come from a finance background, she spent more than 12 years in the ITC Industry and NGO sector.

In 2005, Mokoena's career took on a new path, and she joined the marketing and sales team at Ford South Africa. She stayed with the Blue Oval for 14 years and held various positions mainly in dealer development, district sales, and government fleet departments.

In 2019, she joined PCSA as an area manager for the automaker's government and fleet department and is now adding PR to her extensive resume.

Mokoena has a B Com degree obtained from the University of Lesotho, a B Com honours degree in Business Management and an MBA degree from Graduate school of Management at the University of Pretoria. She has a lot to share and loves shoes, travel and sewing.

Compiled by: Charlen Raymond

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