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Steph van der Westhuizen


Steph is responsible for Cenfri’s enablement function, which comprises human capital management, finance, the project office, office management and IT – an essential function that enables Cenfri to live out its purpose and achieve its vision of impact.

Before transitioning into project implementation and programme management – and joining Cenfri in 2015 – Steph worked in various positions in the financial services industry in the United Kingdom and South Africa respectively. She managed a wide portfolio of projects, including regulatory changes (Solvency II and pension reform), business transformation (finance and HR), as well as business and product launches within a large life insurance company.

Qualifications
  • BCom (Honours), Stellenbosch University
  • Chartered Management Accountant (CIMA)
  • Project Management Professional (PMP)

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