We recently had the opportunity to interview Rorisang Mokgwathise, who works in marketing for BlueSky Airways (BSA).

Rorisang

Rorisang Mokgwathise works in marketing for BlueSky Airways.

Would you tell us about your background?

My full name is Rorisang Oautlwa Mokgwathise, and I am 23 years old. I was born and raised here in the beautiful country of Botswana. I recently graduated from the University of Botswana with a degree in Business Administration Marketing.

Marketing and business have been my passion since I was young and I am incredibly ecstatic that I get to practice marketing every day.

Tell us a little bit about your personality and what you like to do in your free time.

Contrary to popular belief I am actually very shy, my absolute favorite thing to do is to stay in and curl up on the couch with a book. I love music — I sing a little bit and I’m learning to play the bass guitar.

I enjoy spending time with my family, family is everything to me and I wouldn’t be where I am now without their priceless support.

What is your role with BSA

I do marketing for BSA. In my role, I work closely with the Managing Director of BSA and the Inflight Cabin Crew manager and I also liaison with the website coordinator. Working with these remarkable minds gives me an opportunity to learn from the best and grow. I am thankful to have the privilege of working with them.

What is special about working for BlueSky?

Working for BSA is nothing short of incredible. The whole team is made up of people who are driven, passionate about what they do and most importantly who genuinely care about the people. BSA ‘s driving values are excellence, reliability, and safety, but even more than that, we at BSA are really passionate about the people of Botswana. This is why we have the Dove Trust in place, which is committed to helping those in need.

What makes you most excited about BlueSky’s upcoming launch?

I am excited for Batswana to experience what BSA has to offer, and our amazing array of products and services which we have in store for them. I really think they are going to enjoy what BSA is bringing to the table. We are hoping to revolutionize the way people view aviation in Botswana – and hopefully beyond to Southern Africa and even the rest of Africa.

People expect flying to be less than enjoyable, but we are hoping to change that. At BlueSky Airways we don’t fly passengers, we fly guests. So it’s time to fly BlueSky.