Jacqueline began her career with Ernst & Young (now known as EY) where she completed her articles. She then joined Edgars Stores Limited as the Group Management Accountant heading and coordinating the Group’s budgeting and monthly management accounts functions. In the 2nd part of her 9year tenure with Edgars she moved to the role of Group Financial Accountant, which encompassed year-end reporting, treasury and involvement in the Groups special projects. She was also appointed Principal Officer of the Edgars Pension Fund and presented a paper in Mombasa, Kenya to a meeting of Pension Funds from all over Africa on Sustainable Investments. She then joined the most diversified listed mining entity in Zimbabwe, the RioZim Group, as part of its turnaround team in 2012 where she held the role of Financial Manager, playing a team role in restructuring the Group’s short-term expensive debt into long-term debt at viable rates. Jacqueline is a 2015 Fortune Most Powerful Woman/U.S. State Department Global Women’s Mentoring Mentee (a program that selects around 20 women from around the world each year to be mentored by Women in the Fortune 500 Companies in the United States). Jacqueline holds an Honors Bachelor of Accounting Science Degree (BCompt Hons) from UNISA and is a qualified Chartered Accountant (Financial Management Specialist) with membership in the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Zimbabwe. She was also the first female Chair of the Matabeleland Society of Chartered Accountants and briefly sat on the Council of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, a position she had to relinquish when she relocated to Harare. She is a recognised female leader featured in The Book of Zimbabwean Women 2013 and awarded 2014 Megafest Top 20 Women in Business.
Jacqueline Dube was appointed to Head Finance Cottco on 12 March 2018.