Réjane Woodroffe is the Director and a founding member of the Bulungula Incubator, a not-for-profit organisation engaged an integrated rural development programme in a remote part of the former Transkei region of the Eastern Cape. Réjane has previously held the positions of Chief Economist and Head of International Portfolio Investments for Metropolitan Asset Managers and Research Analyst for US investment bank, Merrill Lynch, in the economics and fixed-income sales and trading departments. Réjane is a trustee of TCOE, the Trust for Community Outreach and Education, a non-governmental organisation that focuses on land and fisher people’s rights, where she has been appointed as the National Treasurer. She has previously served as a volunteer counselor and a member of the board of directors of the Rape Crisis Cape Town Trust and continues to act in a supporting and advisory role for the organisation. She is an economist and a CFA charter holder. She completed her undergraduate degree in business science at the University of Cape Town and her master’s degree in development economics at the University of Sussex, UK. Réjane is a 2014 Laureate of the John P. McNulty Prize. She is a Fellow of the seventh class of the Africa Leadership Initiative-South Africa and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.