Announcement of IIBA-SA Non-Executive Directors

As part of the strategy of the South African chapter of International Institute of Business Analysis™ (IIBA®-SA) we are proud to announce the appointment of a panel of non-executive directors for the chapter.  Together with the executive board these individuals will represent the interests of the business analysis community and assist the chapter at a strategic level in achieving its goals and objectives.

We are proud to announce the below individuals as non-executive directors of the chapter who will hold office from the 1st of March.  


Mohamed Bray
Practice Manager | Saratoga
Martin Pienaar  
Owner | Mindworx
Angie Doyle
Consultant | IQ Group
Lesley Blencowe
Business Analyst
Joe Newbert
Managing Director | BCMG
Robin Grace
Princible Consultant | Indigo Cube
Antoinette Coetzee
Founder | Just Plain Agile
Steve Erlank
Business Executive
Joan Pournara
Consultant | TwentyEighty
Winton Myers
Senior Consultant | Viewpoint

The selection of these directors was approved by the current executive board based on their individual contributions to business analysis and its community of practitioners.  An open independent culture will be achieved by diverse representation from the endorsed education providers, consulting companies and thought leaders.  We believe that we not only need to involve people who at their core care about the profession, but also have an inherent desire to build a profession that is well respected and adds value to organisations and the country.

“By incorporating individuals of this calibre into the structure of IIBA-SA we firmly believe that we will be able to drive strategic thinking and innovation for the benefit of the business analysis community.” Says Ryan Folster, the current President of the chapter.

A sub structure of volunteers reporting through Lucy Davies to the board is in the process of being set up.  This volunteer structure will be a key focus in the first half of 2016. 

We believe the structure that is being put in place will serve our members as well as the community at large and look forward to the future of business analysis in South Africa.