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Lynette Maart

South Africa  
Black Sash Trust
Joined November 2017
Interests: Governance, Accountability & Transparency
Lynette Maart has extensive experience of working in various capacities in the not-for-profit and heritage sectors. She is currently the National Director of the Black Sash. She currently serves as co-chairperson of the Ministerial Task Team (MTT) established in 2014 to stop unlawful and unauthorised debit deductions from social grants.

1986 to 1991: Lynette worked as Trainer, Trainer of Trainers and senior manager in early childhood development, in disadvantaged communities, at Border Early Learning Centre (EC) and Grassroots Educare Trust (WC).
1998 to 2013: Lynette was the Deputy Director of the Robben Island Museum. During her tenure as project manager at the St. George Cathedral Crypt Memory Centre three books and two exhibitions were produced – Glimpsing of Hope, Marching for Peace (focusing on the 1989 Peace marches) and An African Tale to the Mother City, (housing and land struggles in the Western Cape from Modderdam to Khayelitsha).

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