Staff

Seth S Tladi
Programme Manager

Seaitsiwe (Seth) Tladi joined SCAT as the Programme Manager in 2011 after working in the development sector for more than 20 years.  Seth studied in Mafikeng, where he obtained a Business Communications degree in Accounting and Management.  Seth has served on various community development structures and organizations. Seth has also presented papers on Economic Development  in the SMME sector both on a local and international level. Seth has co-authored articles and papers on SMME Business Development services best practice Seth is widely traveled and draws from this experience to make a difference in people's lives. His personal motto is, "Empowering a generation to impact a nation.

Hishaam Nordien
Senior Finance Officer

Hishaam works alongside Isabel Mackrill in Scat's Finance Department.  He has a National Diploma in Cost and Management Accounting from Cape Peninsula University of Technology.  

 

Isabel Mackrill
Bookkeeper

Isabel Mackrill is a BA (Sociology) and BBA (Industrial Psychology) graduate, with a Diploma in Personnel Management. Prior to joining Scat, Isabel gained experience as a Personnel Officer for 12 years before joining Black Sash in the NGO sector as a Personnel/Finance Administrator. She has been with Scat for 8 years performing bookkeeping and personnel functions.

Vuyo Msizi
Regional Field Worker: Eastern Cape

Vuyo Msizi started working for SCAT in 2011 as a Field Worker in the Eastern Cape, mostly focusing on Scat’s Refugee, Migrants and Asylum Seeker Programme.  He has participated in diverse community development contexts in the Eastern Cape which includes human rights, adult education and organisational development.  Vuyo‘s last position was as a Programme Coordinator at the Community Development Unit of Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University.  He has an Honours Degree in Adult Basic Education & Training and has worked in the civil society sector for more than fifteen years.  He has also completed a Labour Relations Management course at the Centre for Business Management and Project Management at the Business School of Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University.  Vuyo values the innate ability of people to organise and shape the world.  He works from an office in Port Elizabeth. 

Collen Alexander-Julies
Development Coordinator

Colleen Alexander-Julies joined SCAT for the first time in 2004. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) from the University of the Western Cape and a Bachelor of Law (LLB) from the University of South Africa. Colleen has extensive experience in organisational development and capacity building programmes. She has a keen interest in access to justice and supports a rights-based approach to development. Her Interest and passion for human rights led her to the University of Oxford where she obtained a scholarship to complete a certificate in International Human Rights Law in 2000. She is an accredited facilitator and assessor and believes in the “extra-ordinariness of ordinary people”.

 

Abigail Steedsman
Administrative Assistant

Abigail Steedsman joined SCAT in 2014. Her strong interest in Rural Development led to her becoming a permanent member of staff in 2015. Currently managing the administration of the Cape Town office as well as assisting the LDA’s with all admin queries, she believes in building good relationships, operating at a quick pace and providing excellent service. Abigail’s ambition lays in wanting to gain more knowledge about capacity building and field work.