We are a professional and innovative organisation that operates to the very highest standards, and our ambition to be the best in employment solutions has won over a number of high profile likeminded business men and women across many industries.
All our ambassadors and representatives are accredited and carefully chosen to help improve our brand awareness in the continuous interaction with the media, clients and wider society.
At Platform we appreciate the importance of authenticity, as a result, every one of our young and dynamic ambassadors has given back, worked and contributed to African economy.
James is a qualified Industrial-Designer, Interior designer, a full member of Black Country Inventors Club and Author of Random Missing Pieces. Gained an ND in mechanical engineering at Uxbridge Technical college.
James served in the British Royal Logistic Corps whilst upgrading his leadership skills. Pursued further education right after the arm-force at the University of Hertfordshire where he studied Industrial Design. Shortly after he decided to study (MSc) Master of Design at the Brunel University West London. James has accumulated over 12 years of experience within the industry combined and continues to work with architect engineers, builders and product designers.
James Balogun, is the founder of Sentric Design (SD) a UK and Nigeria based firm established in 2009. His organisation (Sentric Design) is a complete turnkey solution for Commercial and Residential property development. It is a Dynamic and a functional provider of Interior Architectural Services with a collaborative approach to creating and delivering an outstanding experience for clients globally.Read more
Natasha Fortuin is a qualified Chartered Accountant, who attended the University of KwaZulu-Natal where she completed an Honours Degree in Accounting. Thereafter, she attained both the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants qualification and International Regulatory Board of Accountants certifications.
Natasha’s gathered skills from, amongst others, the audit and advisory, corporate accounting and transactional consulting service lines at Deloitte in South Africa, United States of America and the United Kingdom. Her portfolio has been highly geared towards mergers and acquisitions, participating in the recent Brakes acquisition by Sysco, BHP Billiton’s disposal of its stake in RBM to Rio Tinto and Royal Dutch Shell acquisition of BG Gas, et al.
Early in 2016 she joined Oasis Group as a financial accountant in the reporting function of the Knightsbridge London offices. Her role quickly evolved into the financial management for both the South African Holding Company and Global Group. Her responsibilities also included oversight of Group-wide projects and IT migrations, to name a few.Read more
Leonard Warren is London-based HR Business Analyst and Projects Manager with a strong background in the mining sector. He majored in Finance during his undergrad at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. Leonard is now developing his portfolio further by doing an MBA at the University of Westminster in London.
Leonard worked in South African for a year as a Legislative Consultant and has also worked in Sierra Leone for 4 years as an HR Projects Manager for a major mining company. Leonard has a true and genuine passion for African development projects, which led him to volunteering for a water and sanitation charity in Uganda. This passion is further seen in his MBA dissertation which focuses on quantifying the socio-economic impact of large-scale projects in Africa; using mining in Sierra Leone as a case study.Read more
Nana Churcher is a quintessential media professional educated at the Chelsea School of Radio and Television. Nana has been in the media industry for more than ten year, excelling as a radio and television host. She is the executive producer and host of the 'The Nana Churcher Show,' which no doubt is a flagship of Voxafrica TV. The Nana Churcher show attracts an exhilarating audience.
The Nana Churcher Show’ gives a unique look and insight into the lives of extraordinary personalities within communities in the UK and Africa. Interviewing the likes of Politicians to musicians, this weekly show has grown tremendously in numbers and is establishing Nana Churcher as a household name in talk shows. Alongside her show, she works as a Beauty Consultant/ Sales Director at Mary Kay Cosmetics, as well as a devoted mother and wife.Read more
Mathew Komba is the General Manager of Gateway Limited, Tanzania. A comprehensive IT solutions firm, specializing in cutting edge Technology that enables their clients with innovative, reliable and cost effective ICT solutions.
Mathew attended the University of Hertfordshire UK, where he gained BSC in Business and Computing. He had a chance to work with the university as an Education liaison assistant. Quickly learned the trade and climbed up the ladder. In a short space of time he was fully responsible for the effective management of over 30 student ambassadors including recruitment, performance management and learning development. Shortly after, he moved on to work with Argos Plc UK as a manager where he was able to do what he does best: managing and motivating a group of team to increase sales and ensure efficiency throughout.Read more
Samuel Reday attended Kingston & St. George Hospital University where he gained Master in pharmacy. Having previously worked with Pestle and Mortar Pharmacy while shadowing other pharmacist. He gained extensive experience in Pharmaceutical Management Plan, reviewing patient’s notes and construct a pharmaceutical discharge plan. Conducting medication history with patients, counselling patients who were due to be discharged.
Samuel has had the most wonderful pleasure working with big brand house names in sport industry and continue to do so. Samuel supervises general health and safety responsibilities towards spectators and other ground staff members for Chelsea, Fulham, and Queens Park Ranger football clubs.Read more
Patrick Parry a Civil Engineer Technician who’s background stemmed from his studies in Civil Engineering at Accra Poly Technic and expanded during his further education in London United Kingdom. Patrick studied Advance Site Surveying and Setting Out Engineering with Finchley College in London and is the progress of completing computer-aided design and drafting.
Having a flourishing career in Ghana, Patrick had the opportunity to work with leading companies in Ghana such as Regimanuel Gray developing sites such as East Airport, Kwabenya, Katamanso and Klagon Housing projects. In Trassacco Valley he aided in the development of The African Sun Hotel where his recognised experience as a setting out engineer contributed to the housing developments in Tema and work within the mining sectors. During Patrick’s time at Stexxcon Ltd his unique skills where required in the setting out of warehouses, working in the mining sector and then expanding into residential setting out projects in numerous areas of Ghana.Read more