Yumna Gamieldien is TB HIV Care’s Chief Financial Officer, overseeing the support units within the organisation, including finance, human resources, operations, information systems and technology, and grants and legal. Yumna is a qualified Chartered Accountant (CA(SA)) and holds a Bachelor of Business Science (Finance) Degree and a Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting (PGDA) from the University of Cape Town.
Yumna joined TB HIV Care in 2017 and has been central to helping the executive team navigate TB HIV Care’s growth, expansion, and organisational development.
Tani Moodley is the CEO and co-founder of Human Capital Matters, a Strategy & Human Resources consulting firm. A seasoned HR professional with a career spanning over 20 years in the mining, exploration, online marketing, and financial services sectors. Her expertise covers the full spectrum of the human resource lifecycle and creates environments that balance legal requirements, business functionality and company culture.
Tani has held senior positions at De Beers, Rio Tinto Mining & Exploration, Liberty Life and Osiris Trading. Tani specialises in leadership and management development and in the building of key leadership skills required to flourish in today’s working world. Tani works with both individuals and teams to create alignment towards organisational goals and strategic vision. She holds Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) and Master of Commerce (Industrial Relations – Cum Laude) Degrees and a Post Graduate Diploma in Personnel Management from the then University of Natal in Durban, South Africa.
Memory Muturiki has a Bachelor of Science, a Bachelor of Medicine, a Bachelor of Surgery, a diploma in HIV management, advanced health management, and is a certified independent medical examiner. Memory has served on the board for five years. She has about 17 years of experience as both a clinician and leadership roles in the public, NGO and private healthcare sectors and is currently the Director of the Student Wellness Services at the University of Cape Town.
She has worked for the International AIDS Society, the Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute, the LoveLife Trust (Youth Friendly Clinical Services) and collaborated with the National Department of Health. She has been involved in a number of public health interventions at a national level, including task teams of the Integrated School Health Policy, the Adolescent and Youth Health Policy and the Paediatric and Adolescent HIV Treatment Advisory.