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Linda Stanford


Linda joined Cenfri at the beginning of 2016. Besides being the in-house accountant, she supports management through monitoring and achieving the organisation’s financial goals. She has a diverse working profile, having experience abroad in various financial positions, specialising in exports and imports and providing training and customer support of procurement solutions to local and provincial government departments. She was also involved in the implementation of electronic solutions for government’s Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act – later the BBBEE, and she assisted in the building of a centralised supplier database.

Upon joining Cenfri, Linda had worked for Sanlam Life Insurance as a retirement fund accountant for eight years. In addition to the delivery of high-quality work to enhance business operations, her passion lies in the development and implementation of systems to ensure the efficient running of an organisation.

Qualifications
  • National Diploma in cost and management accounting and in business administration, Cape Peninsula University of Technology

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