Ms Mayu Sosibo (Chairperson)
She was born in Durban. She obtained her primary education in Lamontvile and matriculated at Umlazi, Menzi High School. She subsequently, obtained her tertiary education - Degree in Social Science from the University of Natal. She further acquired other training in Project Management, Public Relation, Negotiation and Mediation. Serving in PACSA gives her an opportunity to share her skills and to contribute towards the up-liftment of the PACSA beneficiary communities.
Andile Jordan (Treasurer)
He is in private practice as a professional accountant. Outside his practice he participates in governance structure where his skills and attitude is required. This includes Municipal audit committees, hospital board and volunteering work on community development centered initiative. He has studied at Fort Hare university and served his articles in Pietermaritzburg and completed and MBA in the US. His interests are photography and gardening and find this very gratifying.
Mr. John Inglis
John Inglis was born in 1945 and grew up near Cape Town where he trained as a teacher. He settled in Natal (as it was then) in 1973 and taught at Michaelhouse and Maritzburg College. In 1981 he became an editor of educational books at Shuter & Shooter Publishers and remained there as a publisher for 25 years. He continues to edit as a freelancer, and was on the editorial team of "Journeying for Justice", the book compiled to celebrate 30 years of PACSA's existence in 2009. He has been a member of PACSA since the early 1980s, not long after settling in Pietermaritzburg. He was elected to PACSA Council in 1992 and has served on the Council continuously since then, including some years as Treasurer and Chairperson. He was married to Margi Inglis (nee Murray) for 27 years, up to her death in 1999. They had three children, Helen, Robert and Michael. He shares a life partnership with Marie Odendaal.
Ms. Bridget Phillips
Bridget Phillips is a Project Coordinator for Springs of Hope Support Group for People living with HIV/AIDS, HIV Counsellor, Healing of Memories Facilitator and currently working as IHOM Workshop and Community Healing Program Manager, a facilitator for KZN Stress and Trauma Network', a facilitator for AVP (Alternative to violence Program) and a Business Woman.
Nazim Gani is the Head and Senior Librarian at the Alan Paton Centre & Struggle Archives from1 April 2014. He was seconded to the Centre from 1 May 2012. He started his career at the Cecil Renaud Library PMB campus, and has worked there for 23 years. He completed a Bachelors Degree in Social Science with majors in History and Economics. He went on to complete a Post Graduate Diploma in Information Studies and has recently completed a Bachelor of Library and Information Science Honors degree. Gani is also attached to the Centre for African Literary Studies(CALS), situated at House 9, Milner Road, PMB main Campus