Entry in the IOC 2019
Born 01 November 1967




Bachelor of Science, University of Lesotho (1994); Executive Masters of Sports Organisation Management, University of Lyon, France (2007); Bachelor of Health Sciences and Social Services, University of South Africa (2013)


Lecturer in Engineering Science/Mathematics, Lerotholi Polytechnic (1994-1997); Mathematics and Physics Teacher, National University of Lesotho International School (1997); Deputy Head Teacher, National University of Lesotho International School (2017-)

Sports practised

Table tennis; badminton; netball

Sports career

Table Tennis, All Africa Games, Johannesburg, South Africa (1999)

Sports administration

Secretary-General, All Sports Executive Committee, National University of Lesotho (1991-1992); Founder member and Vice-President, Table Tennis National Federation (1991-1994); Secretary General, Lesotho Netball Association (1994-1997); Honorary Vice President, Women in Sports National Committee (2003-); Executive Member, Confederation of Southern African National Olympic Committee (2014-); Executive Council Member for Africa, ANOC (2015-); Fourth Vice-President, ANOCA (2014-2017), re-elected (2017- ); President, Lesotho National Olympic Committee (2001-2017), re-elected (2017-); Chairperson, Women and Sport Commission, ANOCA (2018-)

Membership of other associations

Board of Governors, National University of Lesotho International School (1997-2017); Member, Lesotho She Hive Association (2019-)

Awards and distinctions

IOC Women in Sport Trophy (Women and Sport Executive) (2000); ANOCA Women in Sport Award (2018)

IOC History

Member of the following Commissions: IOC Sustainability and Legacy (2017-), Communications (2020-)