H.R.H. Princess Celenhle Dlamini - Patron

H.R.H. Princess Celenhle Dlamini H.R.H. Princess Celenhle Dlamini

H.R.H Princess Celenhle is a Social Entrepreneur focused on the promotion and achievement of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). She is involved with a number of African grassroots-driven organisations, seeking and implementing indigenous and culturally sensitive solutions to social problems in Africa, chiefly addressing Education, HIV / AIDS, Gender Equality, Disability, Economic Development, Entrepreneurship and Environmental Sustainability.

Her Royal Highness holds a Masters degree in Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation, & Management Advancement Program (MAP73) both from Wits Business School; and a Bachelor of Arts: Business Administration degree from Bennett College in North Carolina, USA.

She is the currently the Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer at Ubuntu Institute, as well as the Director of AOI Consulting, both organizations whose missions include providing significant and life changing stepping-stones for the youth towards their empowerment.

Princess Celenhle is Deputy Chairwoman for the National Delphic Council South Africa (NDCSA), and appointed by the South African Minister of Arts and Culture to serve as Council Member of Artscape ,and is a Patron of the Women's Achievement Network for Disability (WAND) in South Africa.

Internationally, she serves as a Board Member of the Black Sea Caspian Sea International Fund (BSCSIF), and is an Abshire-Inamori International Fellow under the United States Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). She also serves on the L’Oréal’s Panel of Critical Friends, a panel of independent international experts established to challenge L’Oréal’s efforts in achieving its sustainability objectives annually.