Yummy Mummy Maternity

Yummy Mummy Maternity

Regional Brand Representative & Social Media Writer

June 2010 – January 2016

For five years I worked part-time for Yummy Mummy Maternity in various capacities, primarily taking care of their Cape Town stockists and managing their Facebook and Pinterest accounts. I represented the brand at various Baby Expos throughout the country.

Katie Borland, Owner
084 733 705 katie@yummymummytummy.co.za

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Open Society Foundation for South Africa

Open Society Foundation for South Africa
Since 2013 I have worked on over 10 projects with the Open Society Foundation for South Africa and the Open Society Foundations, NYC & London.

Working with a number of OSF programmes I have coordinated, amongst other events:

A staff retreat in South Africa for one of the Open Society Foundations’ […]

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Alternative Mining Indaba

Alternative Mining Indaba
Conference Coordinator

6th Alternative Mining Indaba, February 2015 and
7th Alternative Mining Indaba, February 2016

From September 2014 – February 2016 I coordinated two editions of the Alternative Mining Indaba (AMI) , working with the Steering Committee and the host organisation, the Economic Justice Network, to grow the AMI from just 100 delegates in 2014 to […]

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Treatment Action Campaign

Treatment Action Campaign

One of the last documentary film projects I worked on before leaving the film industry in 2003 was a feature-length documentary on Zackie Achmat.

We spent a lot of time filming Zackie in his Muizenberg home in Cape Town, next door to the Treatment Action Campaign’s offices.

The following year, the TAC’s then National Manager, […]

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Skinny La Minx

Skinny La Minx

Project Manager & PA

February 2009 – February 2010

I spent a year working with Heather at her Cape Town surface design studio managing stock production, liaising with local and international suppliers, refining aspects of small business management, marketing to new retailers and providing general assistance to this growing business.

Heather Moore, Designer and Owner
082 779 […]

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MCQP (Mother City Queer Project)

MCQP (Mother City Queer Project)

Festival Coordinator

October – December 2002

I coordinated the first MCQP Festival, a seven-day event in Cape Town featuring street parties, sport and picnic days, competitions, live gigs and a five-star dinner for 30 exclusive guests in the Cape Castle during The Wedding, the annual MCCP party.

Andre Vorster, then Festival Director
083 309 1533

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Cape Town Festival

Cape Town Festival

Interim Project Manager

January – April 2005

Replacing the Festival’s fulltime Project Manager who was on maternity leave, I started the contract seven weeks before the Festival itself. This was a challenging and stimulating position which required me to:

manage four task teams coordinating various aspects of the Festival (15 staff members plus approximately 20 […]

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Encounters Festival and Distribution

Encounters Festival and Distribution

Project Manager

January – November 2003

As the only full-time employee of the Festival in 2003, I worked in the areas of fundraising, programming, coordinating festival events nationwide, liaising with documentary filmmakers, press and other international festivals, and the Encounters/Sithengi (SA Film & TV Market) partnership.

Encounters also ran numerous training and documentary development initiatives […]

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Big World Cinema

Big World Cinema

Assistant Producer

May 2000 – November 2002, Full-time Position

In the capacity of Assistant Producer and Production Manager I worked on approximately 25 productions, including documentary, fiction, commercials and music videos.

On these projects I contributed to all stages of development, research, raising finance, production, post production, delivery and distribution.

Projects include:

It’s My Life by Brian […]

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