Ms. Boitshwarelo Lebang-Kgetse

Ms. Boitshwarelo Lebang-Kgetse
Head - Corporate Affairs & Strategy

A driven, focused and results-oriented Strategy and Corporate Affairs professional with a passion for connecting concepts and people; Ms Boitshwarelo Lebang-Kgetse is currently Head - Corporate Affairs & Strategy at Botswana Development Corporation (BDC). She is at the heart of the decision-making process and is responsible for engineering and executing corporate strategies that will capitalise on growth opportunities that lie ahead for the Corporation. Ms Lebang-Kgetse is tasked with participating in business environment analysis, evaluation of business strategies and execution alignment across the Corporation. 

Ms Lebang-Kgetse is also tasked with the overall Corporate Affairs function for the Corporation. This role includes effective development and implementation of various strategic marketing, branding, communications, public relations, CSR, policies, programmes and concepts which contribute to building BDC’s brand image. She has a wealth of knowledge accumulated over 18 years in  Communications and Strategy combined, 10 of which were executed through a variety of leadership roles. Prior to joining BDC, she was in consultancy working on projects across global jurisdictions. Her in-depth strategic background allows her to provide competitive advisory while leveraging corporate affairs among other disciplines to achieve business strategic goals.

In addition to her role, Ms Lebang-Kgetse serves as a director on different boards. She is the Chairperson of the Lion Park Amusement Park Board, Chairperson of the Residential Holdings Board, Director at Lobatse Clay Works and Director of Transport Holdings Pty Ltd.

Ms Boitshwarelo Lebang-Kgetse holds an MSc. Strategic Management from the University of Derby in the UK (2007) and a BSc. Computer Science - Business Information Systems and Management from the University of Botswana (2001). She is a member of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) body.