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Tshidi Semenya

Based in South Africa
Faith tradition: African traditional, Catholic
Pronouns: She, hers

Motshidisi is a dynamic and passionate financial professional with a keen eye for leveraging her experience and resources to create value in the great initiatives that are already in place, or those yet to be conceived. She dedicates her time to constant learning in and around the Finance world, given the changing nature of the workforce.
She a strong leader and collaborator, developed and honed through her 5-year corporate career (3 years of articles and 2 years post articles), which has spanned across the Agriculture, Financial Services, Logistics, Vertical transportation, Automotive, Facilities and Workforce Placement industries. She intuitively sees the opportunities from constantly evaluating the influence of global macroeconomic factors on the South African landscape, ensuring project implementation is always done in conjunction with the business imperatives and strategic drivers in mind, allowing her to bring them together in a coherent whole that extends thinking and drives material advantage (financial or otherwise). As Strategic Support Specialist of Adcorp Holdings Limited, she works to bring life to the strategic objectives of the Executive Management team that she services – providing high level support to the Executive in the execution of his or her responsibilities. This comes in the form of participating in strategic debate, taking ownership of projects that support the realisation of the company’s strategy and, solving and implementing solutions to complex problems spanning across finance and legislative issues.
She holds a BCom in Accounting from Rhodes University, a Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting from Monash South Africa, registered membership with the South African Institute of Chartered Accounts (SAICA) as a Chartered Accountant, and various certifications in Finance.

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