Letcee Board of Directors



“I aim to supplement the various skill-sets enjoyed by the LETCEE board..."

"I'll do this by sharing any relevant commercial experiences that will enhance the board’s oversight role and add to the continued sustainability of the organisation. Together with the strong and experienced management and operational teams, this will hopefully serve to increase LETCEE’s footprint and the difference that it already makes for South Africa’s children, and ultimately South Africa itself."

Colin Corbishley obtained his Bachelor of Business Science in the special field of Finance from the University of Cape Town in 2004.

He then joined Investec in Johannesburg as part of a graduate programme.

He was subsequently offered a role within the Project & Infrastructure Finance team at Investec. There his involvement spanned across numerous transactions within the energy, telecommunications and infrastructure sectors.

In 2014 Colin joined Plennegy, an investment holding company involved in the African agricultural sector, where he currently holds a board position.

Colin and his wife, Nicole live in Greytown with their beautiful young sons, Ben and Scott.


Colin Corbishley

Chairman


 


Ashley & Julie Cotterrell


“I am humbled by the work LETCEE continues to do for the less privileged children and families in the Umzinyathi district. I endeavour to use my experience and qualification in supporting LETCEE build on its past 25 years history for the future of the children we serve."


Ashley Cotterrell was born in Cathcart in the Eastern Cape in 1970. He schooled at Queen’s College, Queenstown.

Ashley qualified as a Chartered Accountant (South Africa) in 1998 and joined Pannar Seed as an export accountant in the same year.

He held various financial roles at Pannar Seed (Pty) Ltd until he was appointed Managing Director on 1 August 2014.

On 1 January 2017 he was appointed Chief Operating Officer of Blue Crest Holdings (Pty) Ltd and he continues to serve as a Member Elected Trustee of the Pannar Group Pension Fund.

Ashley and Julie married in 2000 and have three children: Amy, Bruce and Kelly. He enjoys road running (completed 11 Comrades Marathons), mountain biking, playing tennis, golf and fishing.



“I am so proud to be part of Letcee and when I leave I want to know that I have given of my best and contributed as much as I can. Education is key to everything and it can truly change our world."


Julie Cotterrell qualified as a Staff nurse. She then went overseas for a year and worked as a carer.

When she came back to SA she worked at the SPCA in Durban and ran their Mobile clinics.

Later she worked for South African Druggists (a wholesaler that supplied Vets, Doctors and Pharmacies) doing telesales and buying. She was then offered a position of veterinary rep, and she covered the whole of KZN and the Free State.

After briefly moving to Pretoria for 18 months, she returned to KZN where she married Ashley and moved to Greytown.

While living in Greytown, she qualified to do First aid training, which she is still doing that today.

"Thank you Letcee for making this world a better place."

 


Keneth Hendricks


“I come from a community that is a beneficiary of LETCEE. Through my lived experience I believe I would be able make a positive contribution in relation to the needs and challenges of the communities."


Keneth Hendricks was born in Greytown and has lived here most of his life. He is a husband, and father to ... children.

He completed his schooling at Greytown Secondary school, and started working for the Department of Correctional Services (DCS) in 2000.

Since then, Keneth has held numerous positions within the DCS, starting at the Ekuseni Youth Centre of Excellence and then moving on to the Greytown Correctional Centre. He has experience in managing DCS cases, finances and human resources.

He obtained his diploma in Human Resource Management and currently holds the positions of Acting Manager: Staff Support Services and Supervisor: Human Resource Administration.

"I hope that my involvement in the Board will make LETCEE even stronger than it is. I wish to maintain and strengthen the professional and ethical status of the organisation. From a personal point of view, I would firstly like to increase awareness of LETCEE and its programmes and secondly introduce and maintain a sense of ownership within beneficiary communities."