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Marilize Augustyn


Marilize Augustyn is the hub of the Change Partners Coaching system. She connects the coaches, customers and clients in a vital and energetic network, and her key contributions are in the areas of finance, customer liaison, back office management and sales support. She provides mission-critical support for the effective delivery of Change Partner's core value services. 

Marilize is a qualified accountant and adds to this her 13 years experience in company finance and administration.

Prior to her work at Change Partners Coaching, Marilize worked for various companies primarily involved in Financial Management and Accounting.  She is still working as a freelance accountant and administrator for various other companies.

For any billing inquiries, company information or latest newsletters, please connect with Marilize at change@change.co.za or 011 807 9333. 

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