USA Interim Deputy Chairperson & Americas Regional Forum ChairNew York, USA
USA Interim Deputy Chairperson & Americas Regional Forum Chair
New York, USA
I have been a member of the DA since 2013 when I joined DASO Rhodes University. In 2014 and 2015 I stood as part of the committee of DASO at Rhodes while completing a degree in Biochemistry and Microbiology, where I was involved in membership recruitment and campaigning. This year I volunteered as much free time as I could and was involved in multiple events during the Local Government elections while I was based in Johannesburg, including assisting at the final election rally in Dobsonville and being a party agent on election day. On arrival in New York City I decided my commitment to the DA did not have to halt due to being in a different country and I look forward to serving in any way I can for the international organisation.
SecretaryBaltimore City , USA
Baltimore City , USA
Ntokozo Malope Ngcobo was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland USA. She is the daughter of former exiled African National Congress Anti-Apartheid Activists, Rev. Dr. Mankekolo Mahlangu-Ngcobo and Mr. Bongani John Ngcobo. Ntokozo’s political work had started since she was young being involved with the Anti-Apartheid Movement in Baltimore, MD with her parents. Ntokozo graduated from Baltimore City College High School in Baltimore, MD, USA. Ntokozo received her Bachelor of Science in Political Science and International Relations at Coppin State University in Baltimore, MD. She has since worked as an Intern with the Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Campaignfor Mayor in Baltimore in 2011. In 2012, she was the Volunteer Coordinator for the President Barack Obama Presidential Campaign in Baltimore, MD. In 2014, Ntokozo was a Field Organizer for the Maryland Democratic Party Coordinated Campaign for Former Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown for Governor in Baltimore, MD. Currently, Ntokozo is the Regional Field Director for Baltimore City and Eastern Shore for the Maryland Democratic Party Coordinated Campaign.