Audrey Mothupi is the chief executive officer of the SystemicLogic Group, a global consulting and technology firm with a leading edge in innovation and emergent business strategy. System Logic offers state-of-the-art applied research solutions to clients, ensuring that ideas are generated strategically and implemented innovatively.
With her extensive market knowledge, Audrey passionately champions the SystemicLogic business model to deliver solutions that are tailored to the needs of the client, specific to their respective operating environments. She has decisively positioned SystemicLogic Group for its next generation of growth, executing a strong plan that is delivering measurable results to its clients while positioning the company for future growth.
Prior to being appointed as chief executive officer, Audrey served as the head of inclusive banking at the Standard Bank Group, which generated R4.8 billion as the largest affordable housing lender in the market, serving 7 million of the 10.4 million Standard Bank customers. Her division was awarded the 2013 BAI-Finacle Global Banking Innovation Award for innovation in societal and community impact. Audrey was also responsible for migrating 3.5 million standard bank customers onto a consolidated SAP platform during her former position as Director of banking and lending products at Standard Bank.
Audrey’s experience spans across various business functions including group strategy, human resources, marketing, communication and corporate affairs. During her tenure as chief executive of group’s strategic services at Liberty Life, the organization was ranked number one for two years in a row, at the Annual Corporate Research foundation (CRF) Best Employer awards.
She is an independent, non-executive director on the Pick ‘n Pay board, one of the top supermarket chain store in South Africa. Audrey remains a trustee of the Liberty Education Foundation, which is an independent trust focusing on improving South Africa’s education system, with an emphasis on mathematics and science. She serves as the chairperson of Orange Babies of South Africa, a non-profit organization focused on the prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV/Aids and the care of Aids orphans and vulnerable children across South Africa, Namibia and Zambia. Audrey is a Fellow of the African Leadership Initiative focused on the progressive development of values-based African leaders, which is part of a wider community of successful entrepreneurs, establishing the Aspen Leadership Network. More recently Audrey was granted honorary membership for academic and leadership excellent from the Golden Key International Honour Society, and named one of Africa’s 1,000 most powerful women by Phenomenal African Woman.
Audrey is a thought leader and avid guest speaker at global forums hosted in America, England, Nigeria, India, Uganda and Rwanda. She focuses on her keen interests and experience within the field of disruptive digital technologies and financial inclusion in financial services, as well as FinTech opportunities available to African banks. Audrey has authored numerous publications for Business Day Live, Forbes, Financial Mail and Money web.
She holds a post graduate Bachelor of Arts degree from Trent University in Canada in addition to personal development courses in corporate finance, customers and consumer analysis, enterprise economics, system dynamics and organizational development.