ACEB

ACEB FUTURE LEADERS COUNCIL MEMBERS

2021 – 2023

Oboneilwe Judith Motlhabi

Junior Civil Engineer / DNK and Associates

ACEB FL Vice-Chairperson

Oboneilwe Judith Motlhabi Holds A BEng (Civil Engineering) From The University Of Botswana, And She Is Currently Pursuing MSc (Civil Engineering) With The Same University, She Has 4 Years Of Experience In Civil Engineering Design And Construction Industry. Her Experience Includes Project Planning, Engineering Designs, Construction Supervision And Project Management/Contract Administration Under FIDIC Conditions Of Contract. She Has Been Involved In Various Projects Covering Roads, Stormwater Management, Water Reticulation, Wastewater Treatment And Sanitation. Judith Is Passionate About Sharing Knowledge On Civil Engineering And Aim At Ensuring That Engineering Is Well Appreciated.
After Graduation Ms. Motlhabi Was Employed By NMA Consulting (PTY) LTD As A Graduate Engineer And She Is Currently Working For DNK And Associates (PTY) LTD As A Junior Civil Engineer. Eng. Judith Motlhabi Joined ACEB FL As A Member In 2019 And She Served As The Business Development Committee Lead In The FL Council Until 2021, She Is Currently Serving As ACEB FL Vice- Chairperson.

Kutlo Modie

junior Consultant / Geoflux

ACEB FL Mentorship Committee Lead

Kutlo Modie is a junior consultant at Geoflux. She has been involved in structural engineering projects and, more recently, tailings management projects. Her four years of experience have developed her interest in engineering management as the intersection of socio-economics improvement and technical expertise. Kutlo trained as a civil engineer at the University of Botswana, where she graduated top of her class and earned the Deans’ Award and the Botswana Institute of Engineers Best Student award in 2017. She is also an alum of the FIDIC Future Leaders Management Certificate. Since joining Geoflux, an accomplishment of note in her career is overseeing the successful and safe completion of construction of tailings facilities in the Boteti region. Kutlo finds motivation in applying problem-solving skills and discipline to improve systems, both personal and professional.  This has contributed to her involvement in mentorship. She views mentorship as a vital part of improving the functioning of the entire engineering industry and also the retention of not only mid-level professionals but females in the industry. As someone who subscribes to constant personal development, she intends to upskill herself by undertaking a Masters in Engineering management from 2022-2023. Also, as a firm believer in knowledge sharing as a means to empowerment, Kutlo takes pride in being a board member of the Financial Literacy Trust, a not-for-profit organisation aimed at educating the nation for financial freedom through financial literacy.