Ntombi has over 30 years experience in the Human Capital Environment. She has worked in financial services, manufacturing, electronic and print media industries. Her experience has spanned across the private and public sectors as well as NGO/community environments. The size of the organizations where she has worked range from small medium sized locally based organizations, to large multinational global players.
She has published articles with the PMR magazine. She has also contributed articles on Employment Equity. She has participated and presented several papers at seminars and conferences on restructuring initiatives, the retention of staff, the effect of trauma on productivity, survivor syndrome in the face of retrenchments, Affirmative Action and Servant Leadership. She has also been a contributor into two publications, the most recent being a book on the Turnaround experience within the South African context.
Ntombi has been a part time faculty member at USB-ED(University of Stellenbosch Business –Executive Development) and was a member of the International advisory board. She has lectured at Wits Business school on the MAT program and others as well as at Duke Edinburgh University and has contributed to the Inseta programmes at Wits and UCT in the past.
Ntombi is a Life Champion at Life College Unlimited, Chairperson of the Life College Unlimited Trust, as well as being a long standing board member.
Ntombi is a past Deputy Chair of the Council of St Stithians College, was a member of the Transformation and Governance committees. She currently is Chair of the RemCo.
Ntombi is a long serving member of St Thomas’s Anglican Church, who has served on the church council and synod. She currently also is an acolyte in the Servers Guild.
Ntombi is committed to inclusivity, diversity appreciation and is very passionate on all issues regarding the development of girl children and women.
She is married to Ken and has two children, Thabz (32) and Thabang (20).
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