Ramalho currently serves as a professional non-executive director and is a consultant to the International Finance Corporation, a subsidiary of the World Bank. She also does ad hoc-consulting and writes, teaches and presents on the various aspects of corporate law, directors’ duties and corporate governance. She is a member of a number of technical committees, including the King Committee on Corporate Governance, the Integrated Reporting Committee of South Africa and the Global Reporting Initiative Focal Point Advisory Group.
Ramalho was the appointed King IV Project Lead with responsibility for the successful finalisation of the King IV Report on Corporate Governance for South Africa, 2016. Her prior position at the IoDSA was that of Chief Executive. Before joining the IoDSA, she worked at KPMG in corporate restructuring and recovery and later as dedicated corporate governance specialists in internal audit.
Ramalho is a lawyer by training and believes that corporate governance can and should be harnessed for the benefit of the economy, society and the natural environment.