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October 1st, 2016
Ulandi Exner

Ulandi Exner

Ulandi Exner, Institute of Information Technology Professionals South Africa President

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Ulandi Exner has been in the ICT industry for almost 20 years.

She is Head of IT at a Financial Services Company and is also Director and current President of the Institute of Information Technology Professionals South Africa.

Exner holds a BCom in Informatics and is also a CISSP and CISA. She is passionate about technology and is dedicated to helping people develop their skills and raise their professional standard.

With an intimate understanding of both business and technology, she is fully aware that the field of ICT has moved beyond “keeping the lights on” and therefore must be regarded as one of the business’s key decision drivers.

Exner has been actively involved with the Institute for a number of years and has served in many roles. One of the several projects that she is involved in currently is to promote and drive Women in IT programmes and initiatives.

Exner has a BCom in Informatics CISSP and CISA.

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