KOKETSO MOETI AND SABRY MOHIDEEN JOIN WITNESS’ BOARD OF DIRECTORS
WITNESS is pleased to announce two new members of its Board of Directors: Koketso Moeti and Sabry Mohideen.
Koketso Moeti has an extensive background in civic activism and has over the years worked at the intersection of governance, communication and citizen action. She currently serves as the founding executive director of amandla.mobi, which leads campaigns that seek to build real power for Black people, with a particular focus on low-income Black women. Prior to this, Moeti worked and consulted for a wide range of national and international organizations. In 2023 she was announced as an inaugural Keseb Democracy Fellow. She is also a Mulago Foundation Rainer Arnhold fellow; an inaugural Collective Action in Tech fellow; an Atlantic fellow for racial equity; an inaugural Obama fellow and an Aspen Institute New Voices senior fellow. Moeti also serves as an expert Advisor to the World Economic Forum’s ‘Partnering with Civil Society in the Fourth Industrial Revolution‘ initiative and a founding reference group member for the Civic Tech Innovation Network.
Sabry Mohideen has over three decades of deep experience in strategic financial planning and operations, technical accounting, budgeting and forecasting, business acquisitions, program syndication, and conducting business in foreign countries. Sabry has served as divisional CFO at Viacom (MTVN International), Comcast (Bravo), and Marathon Ventures. Prior to that, he was a Senior Manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers. He is a CPA and has a BBA (Accounting) and an MBA (Finance) from the University of Texas, Austin. He is currently an Adjunct Professor of
Accounting at Baruch University (NYC), and on the Board of the Delaware Highlands Conservancy. He feels passionately about human rights and has been active in the LGBTQ+ human rights movement.
“WITNESS welcomes Koketso and Sabry’s extensive global expertise in their respective fields,” said WITNESS Executive Director, Sam Gregory. “We look forward to learning from Koketso’s wide experience deploying technology for empowering communities and civic action and, similarly, Sabry’s valuable insights in strategic financial operations. As members of our Board of Directors, they will bolster WITNESS’ commitment to impactful and sustainable human rights work and we look forward to drawing on their guidance as we implement our new strategic vision to “Fortify the Truth.”
And read more about our full Board of Directors here.