Roelf Meyer is a co-founder of FeverTree Consulting and serves the company as an executive board member. He also serves on the board of directors of various companies and is a consultant on peace processes in different parts of the world. He was intimately involved in the negotiations on the settlement of the South African conflict as Chief Negotiator for the National Party Government during the multiparty negotiations that led to the peaceful transition in South Africa in 1994. He is actively involved in public life and serves a number of civil society initiatives in South Africa. He completed his B Comm (1968) and LL B (1971) degrees at the University of the Free State. He practiced as a lawyer in Pretoria and Johannesburg before entering politics as Member of Parliament in 1979.