Yoni Titi is an Edinburgh University MBA graduate, having specialised in International Business. As part of her MBA international exposure she spent time at the Schulich School of Business (York University) in Toronto and served her internship training with the United Nations Headquarters in New York. She attended Georgetown University, DC and qualified as a Leadership Coach - having gained experience coaching Executives at The World Bank DC and US Chamber of Commerce. She is a member of the International Coaching Federation (“ICF”).
Post her MBA, and up until the time she started her company, Yoni was the Business Manager to First National Bank CEO, Dr Michael Jordaan. Her background lies in Law and Banking. She served her articles with top law firm Bowman Gilfillan, where she specialised in intellectual property law. Her qualifications include a Bachelor of Commerce (Law), a postgraduate Dip in Corporate Law (cum laude), Advanced Diploma in Banking Law and a Certificate in Finance and Investments (with distinction).
She has banking, legal, risk and compliance experience from both Investec Bank and FNB. She was the recipient of the prestigious Nelson Mandela Scholarship as well as the British Council Chevening Scholarship. In 2006, she was also awarded the Gordon McCullough (Goldman Sacs) University of Edinburgh Business School 125th MBA Anniversary Award. She was selected to contribute to a publication on Nelson Mandela’s 90th birthday and was identified as a Talented Young Professional in South Africa (Mail & Guardian and Sunday Times feature on Companies of the Future).
She has also been a sought-after speaker on matters relating to Graduate Development, Challenges Facing Women in Corporate South Africa and talent retention approaches in SA.
A qualified scuba diver and avid traveler (Africa, Europe, North and Central America, Asia and the Caribbean), her other interests include public speaking, enterprise development, interior décor and gardening.
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