Rehana Moosajee SAFounder of The Barefoot Facilitator

Rehana Moosajee – The Barefoot Facilitator – brings a range of skills and experiences to the work she does. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education from Wits University in Johannesburg, South Africa. She has a history of community activism, having served on a range of civic structures. Rehana was a Councillor in the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality between 2000 and 2013. During her tenure as the political head of Transport she led the team that delivered Africa’s first full Bus Rapid Transport system – Rea Vaya. She has been called upon to share her learnings, insights and experiences at a variety of events – including amongst others – the International Transport Forum, the American Public Transport Association, the Eschborn Dialogues as well as the Gordon Institute of Business Science. She serves as a Research Associate at the South African Cities Network, is a member of the Advisory Board of the African Centre for Cities and a board member at Play Africa

Be inspired by Women Experts in Transport! To make the daily work of women who transform urban mobility more visible, we will publish the first TUMI Remarkable Women in Transport Publication, presenting highly qualified women transport experts. We published the first edition of this new series on 8th March 2019 – just in time for the International Women’s Day 2019!

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