Based in Johannesburg, Kemoneiloe ‘Kim’ Phatoli, 27, is an entrepreneur, activist and leader. Her leadership focuses on building sustainable and inclusive economic development. Kemoneiloe founded PulaTek (Pty) Ltd, which is an innovation driven solutions company that seeks to harness opportunities within the digital age. It is focused on and offers services on the cloud and networking, automation, software development and cyber security.
She sits on the advisory board of the National Youth ICT Council whose aim is to give the youth of South Africa a voice and a role in creating their future. Further, she is the curator of the World Economic Forum Global Shapers Soweto Hub, which is focused on sustainable community development and is also the Chairperson of Innovation at The Circle of Global Businesswomen.
Kemoneiloe serves as a Director on the Board of the Institute of Inventors and Innovators and as a Panelist for the III Pitch-it to the Panel™
Her aim is to build sustainable inclusive economic growth.
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