Jane Mills has extensive public relations and communications experience in agency, corporate and NPO environments. A passionate networker, she has secured extensive sponsorship and media coverage for her diverse social development clients in early childhood development, older persons and the advocacy and lobbying sectors. Jane is a successful event organiser and has conceptualised and executed many events. Passionate about education and training, she has taken up various part-time lecturing roles at colleges in Cape Town and always aims to share knowledge with her clients in order that they are able to function independently.


Marieta Greyling has been involved in the Non Profit sector for almost 20 years. She has substantial experience in the fields of safe houses for the vulnerable as well as skills development. Having been an event manager for almost 15 years gives her the ability to help NPOs to host the best events possible. A born entrepreneur, (in fact a social entrepreneur before the term was coined) one of Marieta’s greatest talents is her ability to recognise potential income generating initiatives for NPOs. With her business experience, coupled with her knowledge of navigating the minefield of SETAs, she has advised many NPOs on accreditation of their courses. Her experience in the development of skills courses gives her a unique insight into practical adult education and skills training.


Mbali Mahlangu is a social entrepreneur who is passionate about the non-profit sector and driving development in communities across Africa. Mbali focuses on the coordination of skills development and job creation projects and assisting organisations to create a culture and brand. She also assists in implementing systems and procedures to ensure the success of projects. Ever the entrepreneur, Mbali helps NPOs to recognise and create opportunities for income generation.

In addition, she helps with creativity and innovation in planning fundraising events.


Papillon guest trainer, Yolandi Greyling, has been facilitating courses for the past seven years for ECTA Creative Solutions and the Drum Beat Academy. Yolandi also regularly runs workshops for Cape Peninsula University’s Event Organising students. This teaching includes the use of the social media for publicising events. She assists Elect Effect, a non-profit organisation specialising in training in starting and running skills training and job creation initiatives. She also manages clients’ social media platforms, providing planned solutions across various platforms.