New blood in SANBS top job will draw on all he can to perfect the body
If anyone can inject its importance into SA’s psyche it’s Ravi Reddy — he’s been there for nearly 36 years
Every day, the South African National Blood Service (SANBS) saves 3,000 lives and its new CEO is determined to get more South Africans to help.
And if anyone is able to make that happen it’s 56-year-old Ravi Reddy. After all, he’s worked at the organisation since he was 20.
Reddy, who took up the top job in March, started at the SANBS in 1985 as a medical technology graduate. He’s now been there for nearly 36 years, something he attributes to the organisation’s purpose. ..