Executive Roundtable Leaders

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Lebogang Letsoalo

CEO & Founder

Sincpoint Pty Ltd & AWISCA

Ms Letsoalo is a Supply Chain Coach, thought leader and currently a Chief Executive of Sincpoint, an organisation focusing on sustainable supply chain advisory, logistics and capacity development solutions. Lebo has above 21 years of experience in Supply chain having held various executive portfolios within the energy, chemicals, transport and mining industries. Her roles included Vice President of Supply Chain at Sasol, General Manager Supply Chain, Executive Manager Projects Development, Executive Manager Capital Procurement, Projects, Procurement Coordinator, Senior Buyer and other roles

Lebo founded the African Women in Supply Chain Association (AWISCA) (the first and only association in Southern Africa focusing on functional mentorship and coaching in supply chain to build skills and capacity in the sector) and has successfully integrated the industry, government institutions and academia to take a unified approach to upskilling. Lebo continues to be selfless & and an avid advocate for transforming Supply Chain in Africa and its global competitivess.

She currently serves in 6 Boards and also continues to be a thought leader advocating on all portfolios of supply chain, from Procurement to Logistics ( various modes of transport), influencing positive change in supply chain within organisations. Her depth of knowledge and wisdom about socio-political issues has seen her give key addresses in different forums, on radio and printed media. Amongst other roles held by Lebo, includes coaching and mentorship for Entrepreneurs, Youth and Women.

Some of Lebo’s Achievements

  • 2008 - Profiled and cited on Financial Mail as one of the top 10 most inspiring women within State Owned Entities.
  • 2017 -Nominated for Nomination for Global Business Leadership Award- International Conference on Gender & Sustainability- New York 2017
  • 2019 - Received a Top Pan African Award as Africa’s Most Influential Women in Business and Government in the sector of Manufacturing.
  • 2019 – Recognized as one of the 100 Global Most Influential Women in Supply Chain
  • 2021 – Recognised as one of Top 100 Global Women In Supply Chain (nominated No. 20)
  • Launched and announced the Top 100 Women In Supply Chain Africa

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