Thami Nkadimeng, a MESSAGE ARCHITECT who conceptualises, creates and delivers messages to a wide range of audiences, across borders and boundaries, using a variety of tools and platforms to reach objectives set.
She is a South African thought leader across the African continent and globe.
Thami’s unique ability to fuse her communications background with inspiring individuals to communicate with their internal strengths comes alive in her speaking engagements. She has attained almost 2 decades of corporate experience in which the substantial part has been within communications, public affairs within the tourism industry, both MICE and leisure respectively.
She was announced as the inaugural brand ambassador of Women in MICE, South Africa in early 2020.
Thami has been privileged to be part of the tourism industry for the bulk of her life, which is an important one, because it creates a think space for various industries to convene and have industry-altering conversations about the future. This has allowed her to have insight on a variety of topics, insights, policies and influences.
An experienced writer, who has the ability to assist and contribute towards relatable content on and off set. The work that she has done extends from global bodies.
A dynamic well known face and public figure that focuses on zestful and spirited solutions within communicating to individuals and groups on public platforms. She has experience in front of the camera, behind the microphone and addressing an audience.
Thami has been awarded with various accolades within her career, which include:
Top 40 women in MICE in 2015
Being on teams for several brands that won Product of the Year
Various Communications Accolades, inclusive of stakeholder relations, integrated communications, crisis management and event conceptualization and execution
Thami recently facilitated the Meetings Africa’s Business Opportunity Networking Day for 2020 and is a resident contributor to the Meetings Magazine covering on topics such as transformation, 4th Industrial Revolution and their impacts on the tourism industry. She also has written on topics such as bridging the gap between media, corporate social responsibility and brand strategy through eventing and the theatre of the mind and its role on the industry as a whole.
She holds an undergraduate degree in Communications Science, a post degree diploma in Marketing Management and an Honours Degree in Integrated Organisation Communication.
A true child of Africa that finds jubilation in being a part of finding continuous values for the globe through our unique offering as a continent. She believes that sustainability is part of our life and will continue to be until the end of time and cheers solutions designed for both the environment and its people. For Thami dreaming is only the first step but action is where reality lies. Never one to let a challenge pass unchallenged.