Ms Agatha Wilhelmina Cilliers

Member of the Gauteng Provincial Legislature

Agatha Wilhelmina Cilliers

About Agatha Wilhelmina Cilliers

Ms Cilliers serves on the SCOPA, Finance, and Economic Development portfolio committees.

She holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Public Leadership and Governance from Wits and is currently a Masters of Management student with a focus on Governance. She holds a Post-Graduate certificate in Advanced Public Leadership and Governance from Wits, as well as a Bachelors of Technology in Business Administration and a National Diploma in Ambulance Emergency Technology from the University of Johannesburg.

Ms Cilliers was previously a PR Councillor in the Merafong Municipality, and a Provincial Director for the DA in Gauteng as well as North West province. She began her career in the DA in 2005, as the National Coordinator for the Association of DA Councillors.

She has a local government background and served in the City of Johannesburg for 18 years. She started her career as an advanced life support paramedic, and moved up the ranks to become a senior official in the City. Ina is married, with two sons, and heads up the DA Merafong Constituency on the far west rand of Gauteng. She is passionate about the political economy of development and how development policy interventions can be implemented to advance the personal and economic freedoms of South Africans.

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