Crew Leader sets his eye on being Regional Manager

10 March, 2016

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Crew Leader sets his eye on being Regional Manager

10 Mar,2016Profiles

27-year-old Type 2 Crew Leader at the Christiana Base in North West is doing everything he can to ensure his wish of being one of the Regional Managers.

Joseph Mokgeledi who joined Working on Fire in 2011 recently moved a step closer to achieving his wish when he recently obtained his driver’s licence.

Mokgeledi has been moving up the ranks, in 2013 he was promoted to Type 2 Crew Leader and is currently a Type 1 Crew Leader on probation.

“I am working so hard so that one day I can become one of the Regional Managers. And I am very excited to have passed my driver’s licence, it has been such a struggle because of financial problems,” said Mokgeledi.

When asked why he joined WoF, Mokgeledi said he had always been passionate about saving lives and the environment. “Growing up I have always wanted to be a hero, to motivate and inspire people for the better and also contribute to the community,” he explained.

“My main aim is to become a Regional Manager hence I am working so hard to reach my goals and to inspire my team mates,” Joseph concluded.

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