Ros image Ros Vroom was born and raised in South Africa. She qualified as a Registered Nurse and as a Registered Midwife. She has lived and worked overseas, including in Australia where she qualified as a Neonatal (newborn) Intensive Care Nurse. Ros’ passion has always been to discover what ingredients give infants the best future. Ros has been an advocate for Dad inclusive Maternity care since 2000 when she discovered the research into the long term benefits of warm fathering to the infant. 
Subsequently Ros made a video for first time Dads which is endorsed by the Australian College of Midwives, and parenting author Steve Biddulph.

1n 2012 she discovered the Gottman “Bringing Baby Home” program, based on 20 years of research which included newly-wed couples who went on to have their first baby. Her focus then shifted to the quality of the relationship between the care-givers, particularly new parents, so that they can provide a loving environment in the home. Ros has qualified in many Gottman programs and is a Train the Trainer in the Bringing Baby Home Program.
In South Africa, Ros is adapting the program for disadvantaged communities, to give individuals the tools to have respectful relationships and build healthy strong families.

Kaeki Raphela South African born and raised.   Qualified Registered Nurse and Midwife with 18 years nursing experience.  Labour Ward Nurse Manager at New Somerset Hospital, Cape Town.   Advocate for “Better births Initiative”, good Women’s Reproductive Health, and Advocate for Best Neonatal Outcomes at Birth.

Grenville White 

  • 26 years working experience in finance, ranging from small to medium enterprises, large corporates, non profits and clubs, sectional title.
  • B.Compt degree through UNISA (Bachelor of Computation Sciences)
  • 3 year SAICA (South African Institute of Chartered Accountants) auditing internship at Moore Stephens BKV
  • Registered tax practitioner with SARS (South African Revenue Services) PR0022949
  • Professional Member of AAT (SA) 20065986 (Association of Accounting Technicians South Africa)
Kulukazi Bakana

Kazi grew up in Langa Western Cape to parents of strong Faith.  From a young age she became aware of the value of being of service to her community and this has remained with her always. As a diligent member of her Church, and having a young son herself, she became aware of the challenges and risks young people face living in the townships.   Kazi realised the importance of the community to participate in raising children.  She wanted to establish safe spaces where youths could safely interact after school, and particularly to participate in sports or team events.  After much trial and error Kazi established a non-profit organization called Keep Them Safe.  With the financial support of a group from the Netherlands she was able to purchase necessary sports items.

In 2019 at a workshop on Involved fathering at St Mary’s Cathedral in Cape Town, Kazi met Ros and after hearing the presenter mentioning Ros’s video Molo Tata which addresses father absence in South Africa, Ros and Kazi connected.   Father absence is close to Kazi’s heart having seen and experienced the impact of an absent father.  In 2021 Ros contacted Kazi asking if she would be involved in taking the father-inclusive, teenage pregnancy prevention program, to learners on the Cape Flats.  Since then Kazi has been passionately involved and become the Senior Facilitator and Trainer in the program.

During this time, Kazi graduated in a Law degree from.