Amo Lehloa holds an Honors Degree in Audiology. She has several years of experience in group facilitation, lecturing and a wide range of administrative roles in the University of Cape Town. She has recently joined Centre for Infectious Diseases Epidemiology and Research (CIDER) as a project manager in her final stage of completing her Master’s in Public Health (Epidemiology and Biostatistics) at UCT. Her research focus is HIV birth outcomes, maternal health, and infectious diseases epidemiology.
She has devoted her time and efforts outside professional fields towards health services and knowledge dissemination in marginalized communities. She has led stakeholder dialogues in Sustainable development goals engaging Speakers from the United Nations Women’s League Africa, research teams and United Nations Association of South Africa-UCT on Gender equality, good health and wellbeing (SDGs 3 and 5).