KZN Women in Business announce new sponsor, charity and committee

The newly appointed KZN Women in Business Chairperson, Sue St. Leger-Stretch and Vice-chairperson, Bianca Johnson, together with the recently voted-in committee of ten dynamic business women welcomed NKR Outsourced HR as their meeting sponsor for the first half of the year and DKMS (formerly known as the Sunflower Fund) as their nominated charity for 2022.

The newly elected KZNWIB committee (Front row L-R): Karen Stark, Sue St. Leger-Stretch, Nicci Hosking, Bianca Johnson, and Leilah Colley. (Back row L-R) Kate Oliver, Camilla Leurs, Jolene Schefermann, Amanda Anderson, Tilanie Grote, Nomusa Mazibuko and Tanya Fleischer. Photo credit: Tilanie Grote Photography

KZN Women in Business (KZNWIB) was started twenty-seven years ago in 1995, making it one of the longest standing businesswomen’s organisation in KZN. Over the years KZNWIB has grown and developed, has acted as a support structure for many women in a variety of business sectors, fostered a number of entrepreneurs and has been a successful networking forum for all of its members, from the small business owner to the corporate CEO.

Khanyi Mkhize, Kerry McMaster and Carissa Moopanar from NKR Outsourced HR. Photo credit: Tilanie Grote Photography

“We welcome NKR Outsourced HR and DKMS on board and are excited to take KZN Women in Business and our members to new heights this year. It is an honour to serve this incredible organisation and its members and we remain committed to continuing our legacy of connecting with, supporting and encouraging women in business,” said Sue St. Leger-Stretch – KZNWIB Chairperson.

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