MiWay appoints new Head of Learning and Development

07 April 2021 MiWay Insurance
Segomotsi Qomiso, Head of Learning and Development at MiWay Insurance

Segomotsi Qomiso, Head of Learning and Development at MiWay Insurance

MiWay has appointed Segomotsi Qomiso as Head of Learning and Development, effective 1 April 2021. Qomiso has nine years of experience in the learning and development field, and joins MiWay from Momentum Multiply, where she was Content Development and Knowledge Manager for four years.

Over the course of her career, she has gained invaluable experience in learning and development, complemented by a deep understanding of client centricity, particularly in the financial services sector. She is also proficient in facilitation, design (including authoring tools and learning management systems) as well as other training functions.

“MiWay has a great reputation as an innovator, and I am excited to be joining the team. I am looking forward to playing my role in helping its people access the learning and development they need to keep their skills current,” Qomiso says. “The more innovative an industry or team is, the greater the support role that Learning and Development has to play, and I believe my experience and skills will prove to be an asset.”

René Otto, MiWay CEO, says that Qomiso brings a mix of the relevant experience and creative thinking to the role.

“MiWay is an innovative company and Segomotsi has a critical leadership role to play in ensuring MiWay’s people are equipped to keep delivering industry-leading client service in a very demanding environment,” says Otto.

MiWay is a licensed non-life insurer and Financial Services Provider (FSP 33970).


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