Anneline Booyse-MofokengSecurity Director Africa International SOS

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Anneline Booyse-Mofokeng is the Security Director for Africa at International SOS, based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Anneline is a graduate from the University of Stellenbosch, University of Johannesburg, Wits Business School, Wits School of Governance, University of Pretoria and The International Security Management Institute (UK). 

Anneline’s career started with The Board of Healthcare Funders where she played a significant role in the healthcare industry. The phenomenon of fraud in the medical sector sparked her interest in forensic investigations and sparked her career in the security field which spans over 16 years. She has vast experience in analysis, intelligence, operations, crisis management and forensic investigations.

It was this vast experience that led to her role as a security specialist with the World Bank, security advisor with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and currently position at International SOS. 

Anneline believes in giving back to the community and does an annual talk at her hometown school to motivate rural scholars. She is also part of Sizanani, an NPO, who supports learners from grade 10-12 in Alexandra Township, to improve marks to better their level of education at school and at university. She actively takes part in fundraising and sponsorships for this organisation.

On an international level Anneline is a member of the OSAC Africa Region Committee where she serves to enhance the Africa image and pushing forward the Africa security agenda, where the advancement of females in the security field is one of her main priorities. In her spare time Anneline enjoys camping off-grid, meditation and road trips to deserted locations.

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