Friday 20 December 2013


Jamaaludeen Khan is dubbed as “Mr Social Media” and also “a modern-day philosopher of
sorts” [FinWeek magazine]. He is an internationally acclaimed Keynote Speaker, Trainer, and
Strategic Consultant. His passion is found at the nexus of Leadership and Online Technologies.
Jamaaludeen very uniquely combines his in-depth knowledge and background in technology
with psychology and human behaviour phenomena. For the last 14 years he has worked with
young adults, entrepreneurs, international corporations, as well as not-for-profit organisations

He talks regularly at business conferences and networking events, and has of particular note
presented at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) on several occasions, at
the Parliament of South Africa, and at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT).
He has spoken at conferences across South Africa alongside people from Google and other
brilliant minds. He has also trained for Rosebank College, an accredited national institution of
higher education.

He does a lot of charitable work for institutions such as the international learning institute, the Muslim Judicial Council (MJC) South Africa, the Islamic Peace
College of South Africa (IPSA), Islamic Relief South Africa, and has also presented at the
Common Ground Church in Cape Town.

Jamaaludeen has a very extensive international media profile. In July 2013 he appeared in a
FinWeek magazine cover story relating to happiness in the workplace, an important topic in his
Leadership work. In April 2013 he featured on Cape Town TV and spoke about how Social
Media affects our youth. Also in 2013, The African Business Review interviewed him on Cloud
Computing in South Africa, and he was interviewed from Germany regarding Facebook. He has
appeared in the Cape Argus newspaper (Cape Town), the Sunday Tribune newspaper
(Durban), and in the nationally distributed Your Business magazine numerous times. He has
featured on radio stations VOC, Channel Islam International, and Radio Junto on several live
and recorded shows, and in local and international blogs and news websites.
He has a track record of leadership, innovation, and community roles since high school (1992-
1996), and has persevered in this direction throughout his young adulthood and into his
professional career.

He is an avid reader, and very keenly interested in Islamic Law and Spirituality. When he finds
the opportunity, he enjoys adventure sports as well.
Jamaaludeen is the Founder and CEO of Procliviti (Pty) Ltd, a Digital Leadership Agency
providing education and strategy products at the nexus of Leadership and Online