Our Board

The FunDza Literacy Trust Board of Trustees

Tracey-Lee Johnson


Tracey-Lee is a Chartered Accountant and Financial Analyst at MiX Telematics which they joined
after completing IT Audit articles and working as an Equity Research Analyst. Process automation
and creating efficiencies to gather information, extract the relevant data, report and input into decision making is where her strengths lie.

They are passionate about not only adding value in
finance but across the business and to build up and lead others so they can also contribute to a
successful business. She accepted this role because she believes that stories influence other choices, beliefs and how we engage with one another.

Lea-Anne Moses

Executive Director and Trustee

Lea-Anne is the executive director of the FunDza Literacy Trust. With a background in journalism,
coupled with extensive experience in the corporate sphere and the nonprofit space, she is well-placed to take FunDza to the next level. She has a MPhil in Inclusive Innovation from the Graduate School of Business. She also serves on the board of The Reach Trust, and Velokhaya Life Cycling Academy.

Edrid Jordaan


Eldrid Jordaan is a Professor of Practice at the Johannesburg Business School, University of Johannesburg, a former Special Advisor to the Minister of Public Enterprises and an Advisory Board Member at Mxit. He’s also a United States Department of State IVLP Alumni. He is the founder & Chief Executive Officer at GovChat.Org, an award-winning technology platform for social impact that has assisted over 10 million South Africans in partnership with the South African Government.
Eldrid is also a world-renowned public speaker on Social Impact Innovation, Civic Engagement, Digital Governance & Open Government Partnerships. He has presented at Harvard & MIT, University of Georgia, World Economic Forum, UNESCO, African Union Commission, and more recently, Amazon Web Services ReMars in Las Vegas & GovTech in Paris.

Steve Vosloo


Steve is passionate about using technology for development, especially in education, and is currently based in New York as the digital policy specialist for UNICEF. He has led the mobile learning programme at UNESCO, Paris, and was the former head of mobile at Pearson South Africa. He was awarded a research fellowship at Stanford University and has been a fellow for 21st Century Learning at the Shuttleworth Foundation.

Ruby Motaung


Ruby’s career has been dedicated to improving the education opportunities for and literacy levels of young people in our country. She is the current director of TREE (Training Resource in Early Education), and formerly was a Deputy Director in the Department of Higher Education and Training, Deputy Director Children and Youth Literacy in the Department of Education, as well as programme manager for Room to Read. Ruby is also a board member for the National Early Childhood Development Alliance.