FutureLearn welcomes Aunyana Moloisane as new CBDO

Issued by Optimi
Johannesburg, Nov 20, 2018

Guided learning provider FutureLearn recently welcomed Aunyana Moloisane as its new chief business development officer (CBDO).

FutureLearn contributes to education in South Africa by providing innovative and accessible education solutions. The group currently serves approximately 16 000 home education learners, more than 1 500 schools, and a further 1 500 tutors.

As CBDO, Moloisane will focus on developing and continuously improving the group's business development strategy. He has extensive experience in strategy development and has worked on sales, marketing and business development strategies.

Moloisane started his studies with a BCom degree in marketing and communication at the University of Pretoria, followed by a BCom honour's degree in business management and a master's degree in business leadership from Unisa. He has worked in a variety of industries, ranging from ICT, food and beverages, petrochemical, packaging, construction, and now education.

Before joining FutureLearn, Moloisane worked for Deloitte, where he successfully delivered on several strategy facilitation and development engagements. He has also done extensive work on business process re-engineering and advising on operating models.

"I feel privileged to be part of such a forward-thinking team," says Moloisane. He adds that he joined FutureLearn because he shares the company's passion for education and innovation.

"I'm excited to join FutureLearn at such an exciting time," says Moloisane. He believes the education landscape is changing and that innovative and accessible solutions, like those provided by FutureLearn, are needed to contribute to education in South Africa. Moloisane lives by this quote from Norman Vincent Peale: "Empty pockets never held anyone back. Only empty heads and empty hearts can do that."

"I believe that by filling young minds with knowledge, we can uplift the youth and make a discernible difference in our country," he concluded.

To learn more about FutureLearn, visit www.futurelearn.co.za.