Tebogo Mphahlele: Founder of Lead Young SA and Women Network Africa
The Millennial Thought Leaders' Podcast
In today's episode of The Millennial Thought Leaders' Podcast we have Tebogo Mphahlele who is an Aspiring Chartered Accountant, currently completing her Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting with the University of Johannesburg. She is 19 years old and is completing her second year of studies.She is the Founder and CEO of ‘Lead Young SA’ Foundation. The Foundation is aimed at empowering young people across South Africa through various initiatives. She is also the Founder of ‘Women Network Africa’, which is a project/company that she recently started and it’s aimed at enhancing women’s careers through networking. The end goal is to branch it out to other African countries, hence the ‘Africa’ part of it. www.leadyoungsa.co.za Tebogo is a GIBS (Gordon Institute of Business Science) Alumni. She is a part of the ABASA (Association for the Advancement of Black Accountants of Southern Africa) committee. The Mission of ABASA is to embark on programmes and activities that redress inequalities and create access and opportunities for black South Africans in the accounting profession.She is a “LeadSA Future Leader” ambassador. In 2018 she was awarded the “Global Youth” Award in the ‘Empowering Everyone - Demonstration of Leadership’ category. She was also nominated for the “Woman Of Stature, Woman Of The Year 2018 Award ” in the Youth Ambassador category."
Securing the Online Learning Bag with Tebogo Mphahlele!
I Have A Story To Tell
Tebogo Mphahlele is a 19 year old aspiring Chartered Accountant who is currently completing her 2nd year at University of Johannesburg. In this episode, Tebogo shares how she started a foundation called Lead Young SA at a tender age of 16 and how she is currently securing the online learning bag!
How Lead Young SA is Empowering the Youth of South Africa | S1 E11 | Tebogo Mphahlele
The Leader’s Podcast
Our next guest on the eleventh episode of the Leader’s Podcast is Tebogo Mphahlele (@tebo.mphahlele). At the age of 16, Tebogo Mphahlele was inspired by the GIBS Program to start her organisation called The Lead Young SA Foundation, which she is using to inspire, motivate and groom young people through mentorship. Through her foundation, Tebogo is on a mission to bridge the gap between young individuals living in suburbs and those living in the township of Benoni. This was integral for Tebogo and her team as they felt that much of the township youth think that they are too young, or don’t have the power to achieve their dreams and goals. Through her organisation, she’s been able to give back and uplift the youth of her community. Today, Tebogo is an undergraduate student studying at the University of Johannesburg (UJ), where she’s studying towards her Accounting degree (CA). Join us on Thursday, 30 July 2020 (18:30) as Tebogo talks to us about her journey with building her organisation and the challenges she’s had to overcome throughout the evolution of her organisation. #womeninbusiness #corporatesouthafrica #Accounting #communityservice #theleaderspodcast #purpose #changemakers
9. In Conversation with Tebogo Mphahlele, Aspiring CA and Founder of Lead Young SA
Tebogo (IG: @tebo.mphahlele) is a powerhouse. She founded Lead Young SA at the age of 16 and has gone on to receive numerous awards for her work with the foundation. She is a Lead SA Future Leader Ambassador was a delegate at the Asia World Model United Nations. When she's not saving the world, she is also studying towards her accounting degree, a part-time model and speaker and an aspiring author. Tune in as she shares how she overcame being young, black and female to empower and inspire other young people around her. Don’t forget to let us know what you think of this episode by tweeting us or (@SheBrigade) or Instagramming (@SheBrigade) and do leave us a review on iTunes. www.shebrigade.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shebrigade/message