The FARR Team

Board of Directors

FARR operations are managed by Dr Leana Olivier, the CEO, with support from Professor Denis Viljoen, Chairperson and the rest of the Board of Directors:

Prof Denis Viljoen

Prof Denis Viljoen

Chairperson
Dr Leana Olivier

Dr Leana Olivier

CEO
Prof JP van Niekerk

Prof JP van Niekerk

BM
Dr N Louisa Bhengu

Dr N Louisa Bhengu

BM
Mr Adrian G P Botha

Mr Adrian G P Botha

BM
Prof Tania Douglas

Prof Tania Douglas

BM
Prof Marietjie R de Villiers

Prof Marietjie R de Villiers

BM

Head Office Staff Members

Zola Jafta, Estelle Pillay and Liezel Brown

Zola Jafta, Estelle Pillay and Liezel Brown

Admin and Support Team
Angelique Rossouw

Angelique Rossouw

Financial Manager
Debbie Acker

Debbie Acker

Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
Jaco Louw

Jaco Louw

Project Manager West Coast Project and Head Office Research Team
Liska Bunge

Liska Bunge

Psychometrist
Marietjie Mouton

Marietjie Mouton

HR Manager
Martle Vosloo

Martle Vosloo

Psychometrist
Lebo Khusu, Mandi Broodryk and Mathias Roberts

Lebo Khusu, Mandi Broodryk and Mathias Roberts

Research Team

Laetitia Pool, Marietjie Mouton, Theresa Castle, Therin Stroucken and Charnine Sobey

Laetitia Pool, Marietjie Mouton, Theresa Castle, Therin Stroucken and Charnine Sobey

Training Academy
Vuyokazi Poswa

Vuyokazi Poswa

Finance Clerk

Project Teams

Burgersdorp Project Team

Burgersdorp Project Team

De Aar Project Team

De Aar Project Team

Hanover Project Team

Hanover Project Team

Jacobsdal Project Team

Jacobsdal Project Team

Prince Albert Project Team

Prince Albert Project Team

Renosterberg Project Team

Renosterberg Project Team

Upington Project Team

Upington Project Team

West Coast Project Team

West Coast Project Team

Other Aspects

FARR’s work is carried out on a project or contract basis through an extensive network of highly qualified and experienced professional associates, contract workers and advisors. Post-graduate students, working on specific assignments or studies, often form part of the FARR team for shorter periods of time.

Appropriate resources are drawn from a number of world-leading local and international scientific, medical and academic institutions, as well as national, provincial and local government departments, the private sector and other NGOs.