When’s the next dinner?
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Date has changed to 4th December.
Date: 4th December 2018 – 18h00 for 18h30 | Venue: The Atlantic Imbizo
Cost: R255 for a 3 course dinner, welcome drinks, coffee and a fabulous evening.
Business Intelligence Developer, HomeChoice
Founder, Digital Blue Ocean
Lead Business Analyst and Founder, Pink Lotus & Passion
Lover of meditation, theatre, dancing, classiness, honesty, yoga, spirituality, fine dining, tech, and all things intelligent + beautiful.
Arlene is a 40-something fox who wears many hats. Originally from Cape Town Northern Suburbs, she obtained Honours in HR at Cape Tech (now CPUT). She has served on several committees for various organisations, including: one of the Top 20 high schools in SA, for Good Causes (Old Mutual South Africa), and on UCT’s sponsored study programme as a mentor to postgraduate students forging their way into the ever-growing South African ICT sector. Arlene describes herself as someone who enjoys business, but is most passionate about helping organisations, and people, to find ways, to make Life work!
Having just returned fresh from Spain; and New Zealand to do an advanced course with global organization More To Life. She is passionate about lasting personal development and is a proud graduate of this work. Her occupational arsenal includes postgraduate diplomas from UCT: her first, in Business Administration, and her second in Commerce, specializing Information Systems (Business Analysis and Systems Analysis). She has formerly worked for multi-nationals in direct marketing roles and HR, and in focused software development teams. Her next venture is to concretize the apps she has swirling in her head – making them a reality – and improving lives. Her primary ambition is underpinned by her belief “Innovation for Good” and owning your own game.
Students from LEAP
LEAP Science and Maths Schools provide free education to students from high-need communities, and have mathematics, physical science and English as mandatory subjects. Their school day is extended (9 hours), and they have Saturday classes and formal holiday programmes. Every LEAP school is partnered with a more privileged school as well as township schools in the community the school serves. This three-way collaboration creates the opportunity to share excellence in all spheres.
LEAP’s approach to education is multi-faceted with interventions staged at different levels. Through initiatives aimed at different target groups we have created an education alliance that brings sustainable change. From learners to teachers to community leaders and education stakeholders we have a broad network of partners that form the LEAP learning community.