Cheryl Stevens

Cheryl’s experiences include a wide variety of aspects relating to the notion of public relations from media studies (journalism), heritage and tourism (public programme coordination) and lecturing in urban anthropology and anthropology of community.

She is currently working on her doctoral thesis in urban studies that considers the invisible aspects of Johannesburg’s inner-city regeneration through ethnographic analyses of belonging, identity and mobility in the city.

Edson ‘Eddie’ Mutyavaviri

Eddie brings in a wealth of knowledge in consulting and product development working in 3 notable cities in the world, Johannesburg, London and Zurich. Edson holds an MBA from the University of Wales Institute Cardiff and holds a postgraduate diploma in Business Management from London School of Commerce.

Fanny Mokoena

Fanny Mokoena is the founding member of Meadowlands Tourism Development Centre aiming at empowering women and youth in tourism; member of the National Tourism and Hospitality Association; member of South Africa Chamber of Business; member of the Tourism Co coordinating company for the Johannesburg World Summit for Sustainable Development. She is involved in a number of Community projects; Liquor Traders against crime in partnership with the Department of Safety and the South African Police, was a chairperson of Vuka U Khanye Africa (a youth and women empowerment programme).