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Tessa Kock


Tessa has been part of the Cenfri team since 2009. She has more than 20 years’ experience in the private, academic and not-for-profit space. She previously worked at institutions such as:

  • The Labour Research Services, as an administrator
  • The Economic Policy Research Service (University of the Western Cape), as project administrator and financial manager
  • IN-FORM Systems, as a financial and office manager

Tessa is passionate about supporting development, with a particular focus on labour. She loves walking the streets of Cape Town whenever she gets a chance between work and raising her twin sons and daughter.

Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree in environmental and geographical sciences and public administration, University of Cape Town

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