Lebogang Letsoalo is a Director of Sincpoint, an organisation focusing on sustainable supply chain consulting and advisory solutions. Lebogang has up to 18 years of experience within different facets of the supply chain fraternity .Her extensive range of experience varies within different sectors of the business where she held different portfolios within the energy, chemicals and mining industry.
She is a former Vice President of Supply Chain in Sasol and has held Executive roles in Projects development, Capital Procurement and held other roles as Projects Procurement Coordinator, Materials Mangement Specialist and Procurement Technician within Eskom, DeBeers, Fluor and IBM. Lebo has in 2008 been profiled and cited on Financial Mail as one of the top 10 most inspiring women within State Owned Entities.
She is the Chairperson of the Southern Africa Shippers Transport & Logistics Council (SASTALC) which focuses on supporting and advocating the requirements of shippers, service providers and government on all matters pertaining to: national and regional freight; transport and logistics legislation; policy and procedures for infrastructure; services that facilitate cost-effective, reliable, safe and globally competitive supply chains.
She is the Director at Black Industrialist Group (BIG) and also the Founder and Chairperson of African Women in Supply Chain Association (AWISCA), the first and only association in Southern Africa focusing on functional mentorship and coaching (all modes of transport) to build skills and capacity in the sector.
Amongst other roles held by Lebo, includes life coaching and mentorship in supply chain. Lebo serves in various boards, amongst which includes, Booyco Engineering and Kwazulu Natal Maritime Cluster. Lebo continues to be a change agent in the Supply chain sectior, influencing positive change in people and organisations. Her depth of knowledge and wisdom about socio-political issues has seen her give key addresses in different forums.
Member of the Advisory Committee of Universities to ensure alignment between Industry requirements and Supply Chain curricula offered by universities