Nkandu Beltz, Founder and Managing Director
Nkandu Beltz is an author, philanthropist, inspirational speaker (based in Perth), social change maker and lover of humanity, who has worked in the not-for-profit sector for over 15 years. Nkandu is very passionate about youth development and helping others. She is devoted to making a lasting change and helping people to live a better life.
She is also a Young Leaders Commissioner with the G200 Association based in
Switzerland, a Not-for Profit Organisation, which aims to represent independent views and opinions of the new generation of young leaders. “We strongly believe that a united network of human beings can do a lot for the advancement of the world around us”.
Nkandu initially started out as a girl-child advocate in Zambia, advocating for girl-child rights. Nkandu has a background in Journalism and News Writing, worked for the Ngami Times in Botswana and was trained as a peer educator by the Botswana
National Youth Council as a peer counsellor in matters related to HIV/AIDS. She has worked with Save the Children Australia and was an executive member of the United Nations Association of Western Australia. She founded both ‘Nkandu’s Cultural Night’ and ‘Kununurra Youth Development Program’.