Board of Directors

NICRO is governed by an independent, voluntary Board of Directors comprising nine prominent members of the community (including NICRO’s CEO) who have the skills and experience to make a positive contribution to the leadership of the organisation.

The Board, which meets quarterly, is responsible for providing strategic direction and fiduciary oversight, whilst monitoring and evaluating, in overall terms, the work and activities of the organisation.

All major decisions, including significant financial expenditure, require Board approval. Board members play an active role, serving as ambassadors of the work of the organisation and assisting to leverage financial and other support where possible.

 

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Ms Lois Elizabeth Hardy
Chairperson

Ms Elizabeth Pierce

Ms Elizabeth Pierce
Vice Secretary; Executive Director

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Ms Ellada Yerolemou
Vice Chairperson

Judge Nathan Charles Erasmus

Judge Nathan Charles Erasmus
Director

Ms Fanisa Lydia Lamola

Ms Fanisa Lydia Lamola
Treasurer

Ms Maria Johanna Magdalene Coetzer

Ms Maria Johanna Magdalene Coetzer
Director

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Ms Lebohang Mehlomakulu
Secretary

Eric Thulane Gxubane

Eric Thulane Gxubane
Director

National Management

Ms Elizabeth Pierce

Betzi Pierce
Acting Director
 

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Rozanne Green
Human Resources

Peter Hawksley

Peter Hawksley
Financial Director

Provincial Management

Eastern Cape Area Manager (acting): Lungile Ngwenya

Free State Area Manager: Miriam Van Zyl

Gauteng Area Manager: Faith Tshabangu

KwaZulu-Natal Area Manager (acting): Florence Zondi

Limpopo Area Manager: Nthabiseng Molwantwa

Mpumalanga Area Manager: Claudine Maré

Western Cape Area Manager: Taryn Johannes

CTHR

Beyond Boundaries is a life skills programme to address the needs of teenagers who are at risk of coming into conflict with pro-social values and laws. Beyond Boundaries targets at-risk teenagers aged 15 to 18 years.

Beyond Boundaries is a skills training, character building and behaviour change intervention, which also draws on elements of experiential learning, that focuses on improving adolescent social and personal functioning skills. It comprises an introductory session followed by ten further group sessions of approximately two hours each for ten to 15 participants.

The critical life skills, attitudes and values that participants acquire prevent the advancement of at-risk behaviour into established patterns of anti-social, risky and offending behaviour, while advancing positive, healthy lifestyles.

Participants are equipped to respond positively and assertively to pressure to make dangerous / wrong choices and decisions.


 

Organisational Documents