Harry serves as Executive Director of Unashamedly Ethical. He has a rich background in the church & ministry, business and non-profit environment. Harry’s role forms part of a strategic partnership between Unashamedly Ethical and Movement Day, a gathering of ministry, marketplace and non-profit leaders passionate about cities and the Gospel of Jesus.
Greg facilitates all initiatives related to the fast-growing UE Youth Campaign. He completed his Theological Degree at the Global University of Theology in 2013 and went on to being a youth pastor for 5 years. He has worked in schools for 6 years as a youth worker specialising in value driven programmes and organisational culture transformation of various schools.
After completing her studies in Hospitality Management, Jolese started her career in the hospitality industry, and for 4 years worked at various 4&5-star establishments. In 2016 she transitioned over to the educational and training sector working at a prestigious hotel school as Lecturer, Operations Coordinator and Events Manager. She joined the UE team as Marketing and Communications Coordinator in 2021.
Rianie joined the Unashamedly Ethical team in 2020 as Researcher. She completed a degree in BSc Food Science in 2018 at Stellenbosch University and earned a diploma in Graphic Design in 2019.
Nkanyiso Ngubane also known as NK, is a young man who is passionate about film, music, dancing and drama. He matriculated in 2016 after which he did a 1-year training course in sound engineering and then proceeded to spend a year at Media Village where he received training in Film and Media. He joined the UE team in 2021 as a videographer and film editor to help document and share all that UE is busy doing.
Graham Power is the founder and Chairman of the Unashamedly Ethical campaign. He is also a founder of the Power Group of Companies (established April 1983), a leader in the field of civil engineering construction, turnkey property development and infrastructure, with a staff compliment of approximately 2000 members. He is the recipient of several local and international awards and a Honorary Doctor of Letters degree from the Nyack College and the Alliance Theological Seminary. He co-authored the books “Not by might, nor by power” and “Transform your work life”.
Ray currently serves as the chairman of the Pinson Family Foundation, focused on serving God through societal transformation and leadership development globally. Previously, he was a founding employee of UnitedHealth Group Corporation, now the largest healthcare company in the United States. Following his 13-year role as the organization’s senior technology executive, Ray founded OPIN Systems to pursue his interest in healthcare informatics. However, his greatest passion is in the discipleship of young Christian leaders and development of future generations. To that end he served as CEO of the Marketplace Apprenticeship Program (MAP) for 15 years, and now, although retired, remains active as a mentor and encourager to his young friends (of all ages!). Ray, his wife Kathy, two sons and five grandchildren currently split their time between Florida and Minnesota. In his free time, Ray enjoys SCUBA diving, reading science fiction, travelling, and long chats with friends.
Edward Beeka, security specialist and entrepreneur for the past 26 years in the private security sector, following 4 years as Security Manager in the mining sector. He has been Managing Director of Red Security Guarding Division since October 1998, providing guarding, accredited training and specialised services to the private sector and government. Edward is also the founder of Pro Events Security Services, service provider to local and international film industry and special events sector. He established and mentored companies with interest in information technology and maritime security.