The South African Haemophilia Foundation Announces New Executive Team.
For Immediate Release
The South African Haemophilia Foundation (SAHF) Names Executive Team:
Masoabi Clerment Sefojane: Chairperson
Louise Ellwood: Vice Chairperson
Lethabo Ramskin: Executive Secretary
Julie Malan: HOD (Operations)
Bradley Rayner: HOD (Projects and Programs)
Alex Stewart: HOD (Media)
John Bradley: HOD (Finance)
Dr. Jan Du Plessis: Chairperson (MASAC)
Dr. Yasmin Goga: Chair Elect (MASAC)
Sr. Anne-Louise Cruickshank: Secretary (MASAC)
SAHF Executive Changes
Clerment Sefojane takes over as the foundation’s Chairperson.
Clerment, has served as the foundation’s Youth Council Chairperson for four years, succeeds Bradley Rayner, who has been a key figure in the foundation’s growth and transformation.
The SAHF today has become a model National Member Organization (NMO) in the region.
The team will build on the foundation that has been set for 52 years. The team will focus more on strengthening engagements for both patients and government involvement. The new leadership strives to create long-term relations with key stakeholders to realize the foundations’ fundamental objective of enabling access to optimal care for everyone, everywhere.
About the foundation
Since 1970, the South African Haemophilia Foundation has been a volunteer-run organization.
The SAHF as a member of the World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) is part of a large global network of volunteers that support haemophilia and persons with other inherited bleeding diseases.
The foundation firmly believes that in our new democracy, no one born with a bleeding disorder should have to live with agony, incapacity, or the possibility of dying young.
Haemophilia is a treatable disorder.
For any additional information please email SAHFSecretary@haemophilia.org.za