The ALT Foundation is an African-based and African-focused foundation registered in South Africa as a Section 21, not-for-profit organization (NPO).

The Foundation is also registered in Ghana and Zambia.  In recognition of the international nature of leadership, and to manage global relationships, the Foundation is also registered in the USA.

The Foundation has an International Board of Directors drawn from Ghana, Kenya, Ivory Coast, Tanzania, South Africa, Zambia and the USA.  Board diversity by academic discipline, region and gender are encouraged; at the moment, the Board is over 50% women and the Chairperson of the Board is female.

The Foundation’s day-to-day operations are run by an Executive Director, who work closely with Country Board of Directors.

Daniel Kamanga (Kenya/South Africa)

Business Development, Strategy, Media & Communication.

Keitumetse Lebaka (South Africa)

CEO, Gauteng Film Commission; Governance & Skills Development/Training

Valile Dwayi (South Africa)

Head, Directorate of Short Learning Programs at WSU – Walter Sisulu University

Margaret Oloko (Kenya)

University Professor & Leadership Trainer; Research interests – Marketing Management, Strategic Management and Global/International Business.

Myriam Carius (Ivory Coast)

Bilingual UK/French qualified solicitor with financing counsel expertise in African natural resource projects.

Joan Mneney (Tanzania)

eRPW Technology Product Management Consultant at . Experience working with development partners, government institutions and enterprises. Expertise in project management, technology.

Allwell Okpi (Nigeria)

Researcher & Community Manager Africa Check. Vast experience in leadership and managing communication.

Dadson Awunyo-Vitor (Ghana)

Associate Professor: Department of Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness and Extension, Faculty of Agriculture, KNUST.

Ofentse Makonya (South Africa)

Manager, Standard Bank of South Africa. Natural-born leader with passion for growth in Africa. Currently involved in several entrepreneurial ventures.

Kapambwe Mwelwa (Zambia)

Lecturer, School of Education, University of Zambia (UNZA). Passion in Educational Leadership and Management. Also sits on Board of ALT (Zambia)