JET Annual Meeting 2022

Watch the full recording of the JET Annual Meeting 2022, that took place on the 6th October 2022,12h00-16h00

While showcasing JET’s unique contribution to research, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation in the education sector over the past 30 years, the event was marked by a keynote address by Ms Cheryl Carolus, a former South African High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and a one-time JET board member.  The programme provided an opportunity to demonstrate the strides we have made in the education sector, both locally and internationally.
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See some picture highlights below

Nathan Johnstone, Chairman of the board welcomed everyone to the JET Annual Meeting

An arts and cultural performance by Gazankulu Primary School from Soweto kick-started our Annual Meeting celebration.


Cheryl Carolus, a one-time JET Board member, delivered the keynote address on "the power of vision, courage and partnership." Cheryl shared the `All because of you' video, expressing true appreciation and warmth to teachers and everyone in the education sector that makes a difference in our society."

"The Joint Education trust fund was established in 1992. At the time, when South Africa was on the cusp of a new democratic era, this was a groundbreaking initiative." Our CEO James Keevy, and our COO Nathalie Vereen, presented a report on JET’s progress and future plans.

What would you do if you were a President for a day? Powerful speeches from Toni Abrahams and Alnirie Hefer, grade 12 students at Eldoraigne High School in Pretoria.

A memorable cake cutting by Kathy Tracey who has been with JET for 30 years and Morris Phundulu who has grown within the organisation from the JETstreaming youth capacity development programme to being our Young Upcoming Manager.

Some more highlights of our Annual Meeting 2022 & 30th-anniversary celebration.
Our Knowledge Manager, Maureen Mosselson did a toast to JET's 30 years, she was joined by our Board member Adrienne Egbers who closed off the event with a vote of thanks.