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16 Palm Street
Tokai, 7945
Cape Town

Phone:   Tracy   +27 82 071 5183


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Tracy Stallard

Partnerships and Projects Manager

As Partnerships and Projects Manager for Xchange Connexion, Tracy’s role focuses on the development of strategic partnership growth and the day-to-day governance of all partnerships and projects. 

Tracy has extensive experience in social entrepreneurship, private sector consulting and non-profit trustee roles. Having spent 12 years working in the social entrepreneurship space, including 3 years consulting to an international social entrepreneur network, Tracy is familiar with the challenges and opportunities that abound for social enterprises. Tracy combines this insight with her experience gained working as a PA/team administrator at law firms in South Africa, the United Kingdom and Australia from 1995 to 2009 which provided a firm basis for understanding the need for sound governance. Her experience qualifies Tracy to oversee Xchange Connexion’s partnership model and ensure the partnership is steered towards a successful, cohesive and sustainable future.

Since 2013, Tracy has served as a Trustee for Sharing Our Ubuntu Legacy Western Cape Trust,‘SOUL’, a registered trust working in Westlake, Cape Town to transform South Africa’s giving culture and grow an inclusive and sustainable nation. Tracy has also served as a member of the Wynberg Old Girls’ Union Committee for over 5 years.


Szilvia Holloway

Capacity Development and Training Manager

As Capacity Development and Training Manager, Szilvia is responsible for the ongoing development of Xchange Connexion’s training curriculum, resources, tools and guidance materials.

Xchange Connexion aims to build values, governance and partnership skills amongst all its team and partners to enable sustainable community development. After receiving her bachelor’s degree in Social Work in 2001 at the University of Pecs, Hungary, specializing in mental health and group counselling, Szilvia moved to Cape Town in 2002. Over the last 16 years, Szilvia has worked in many communities in the Western Cape, from Manenberg to the West Coast, giving her a rare insight into the dynamics and structures of different cultural groups in South Africa. This, combined with her work as a parenting training facilitator for a local non-profit organization has given her a better understanding of the root causes of poverty and violence in South Africa’s communities and inspired her to start her own registered non-profit organization, Imagine SA in 2015. Imagine SA aims to inspire people to develop the skills, organization and motivation needed to overcome challenges and create peaceful and sustainable societies.

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