Kim Feinberg is the Founder and CEO of the Tomorrow Trust. She has been in the non-profit world for the past 24 years. She has been a part of many successful ventures and organisations. Kim represents the Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Institute – formed by Steven Spielberg – in South Africa; was a founding director of the Apartheid Museum; sat on Human Rights Commission for Education; was Founder/CEO of the Tolerance Foundation, which taught over 70000 children life-skills based on history i.e. – Apartheid, Holocaust, Rwanda and Kosovo.
Jack Phalane is a trustee and Chairman of the Tomorrow Trust. Jack Phalane qualified as a teacher in 1996. After qualifying as a teacher he went on to study at Wits University where he graduated with BA, LLB, and LLM degrees.
He is a director at Fluxmans Inc and practices as a commercial attorney.
Jonathan Cook is a trustee of the Tomorrow Trust. He also serves as Director of the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) of the University of Pretoria. He teaches in the areas of leadership, personal development and organisational behaviour, and contributes to the development of coaching approaches, including creating the GIBS web-based career mentor called neXt.
He is the past chairman of the Association of African Business Schools and directs two continent-wide management development initiatives on behalf of AABS.
Philile Maphumulo qualified as a chartered accountant in 2005 through Deloitte. Philile is a founder of Heritage Capital, a women-led investment holding company. Prior to forming Heritage Capital, Philile was employed by RMB Corvest, one of the private equity divisions of Rand Merchant Bank.