Lebo Mothibatsela

Botswana | Entrepreneurial Leadership Department

Lebogang Mothibatsela is from Gaborone, Botswana, who is a Faculty Fellow in ALA’s Centre for Entrepreneurial Leadership. She holds an MSc in NGOs and Development from the London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom; and a BA (Honours) degree in Business Administration and Hispanic Studies from Trent University, Canada.

Prior to joining ALA, she was Executive Director of the Botswana Substance Abuse Support Network (BOSASNet), which is a non-governmental outpatient substance abuse and dependency rehabilitation centre. She was a member of the Rotary Club of Gaborone and a volunteer counsellor for LifeLine Botswana, and over the years has volunteered with the Lady Khama Charitable Trust, the PGM Foundation, founders of the inaugural Gaborone City Marathon. She currently sits on the Boards of Trustees for the International School of South Africa and the Botswana Post Foundation.

Lebogang has a passion for education and youth empowerment; organizational development and human resources management; sports, and the performing arts, and many of her hobbies and volunteer work are centred on these.