Lizeka Dlepu joined Enel Green Power as the Head of Sustainability Southern Africa in 2015. Her responsibility is manage project stakeholders as well as ensuring the success of the business in meeting its sustainability and shared value strategy by implementing sustainable projects aligned with the study of the social, economic and environmental contexts where EGP operate. Prior to joining Enel Green Power she worked as an Economic Development Manager for various companies.
In 2001 she was appointed a Director responsible for Youth, Disability and Women’s desks for the then Department of Communications. She has rich experience in Economic Development and has expertise in Human Resources Management, Transformation and BBEEE management
She joined the Board of Directors of the Nojoli and Gibson Bay Wind Farms in 2017 until 2020. She was also a Board member for the South African Civil Aviation Authority for 3 years where she was a Chairperson for Human Resources and Remuneration Board committee. She currently serves as a Trustee in nine Community Trusts and Social and Ethics Board committee member for three project companies.
Ms Lizeka Dlepu holds Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Town and Regional planning.