Likeleli has sought to utilise the platform that her profession has provided to serve her community. From her days of articles, Likeleli served as a member of the Free State chapter of the Association for the Advancement of Black Accountants of Southern Africa (ABASA), rising through the ranks to become its first female chairperson. She also served as the youngest member of council of the University of the Free State, as well as on its audit and risk and finance committees.
Likeleli is a champion for change in Lesotho, where she currently resides. In 2016 she co-founded the annual Lesotho Entrepreneurship Expo and she oversees the administration of The Entrepreneurs’ Network, which organises a monthly pitching competition, The Hook-Up Dinner (THUD) Maseru.
She co-founded the Keep Lesotho Clean Campaign which aims to solve Lesotho’s waste management challenges. The group hosts monthly clean-up campaigns and is planning to host a waste management conference and business and innovation challenges.
Through Inspire Innovation, Likeleli runs a business training and coaching programme through which she mentors and trains SME owners in Lesotho to help them achieve business growth.
Likeleli is committed to the development of the accounting profession in Lesotho and is in partnership with the Lesotho Institute of Accountants to host a number of development initiatives such as a young accountants’ development workshop and a student leadership summit.
Likeleli is also a successful businesswoman who runs a professional services company in Lesotho – Inspire Innovation Business Consultants with a number of leadership achievements including the Mandela Washington Fellowship. She holds an MBA from the African Leadership University.