“I am deeply grateful that this knowledge and joyful message crossed my desk in my lifetime. It has literally given me all the answers to the many questions about life I still had and I want to be instrumental in promoting these groundbreaking concepts as much as I can locally.”
Cees Meiboom, founder of WTM Centurion
About WTM Centurion
WTM Centres are located across the world — from here in Africa to the Americas, Canada, the United Kingdom, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Asia — and they are multiplying as recognition and support grows for Jeremy Griffith’s all-important biological breakthrough understanding of the human condition.
The founder of WTM Centurion, Cees Meiboom (whose Sotho/Tshwane name is Lesiba), was born in the Netherlands and raised in South Africa, where he and his wife Annalie brought up their three sons.
Cees has a Diploma in Project Management through The School of Project Management in Pretoria. He worked in Information Technology for almost 40 years, including almost a decade as a freelance lecturer, presenting courses in Project Management, IT System Design and Group Facilitation Skills.
Cees has been a passionate chess player from a young age, and has also coached people in the game for many years. He speaks Afrikaans (home language), English and Dutch.