Kyeng Mercy Tetuh is an Epidemiologist, a 2016 Mandela Washington fellow, a multi-awardee of global health advocate, researcher and motivational speaker. Her passion is reducing the burden of diseases in Africa through the advancement of health promotion activities, disease prevention, public health research and cost-effective disease management for all and at all ages With over 7 years of experience in the public health sector of Cameroon, she founded Value Health Africa; a community organization collaborating with local governments and other national and international bodies to build healthy and resilient communities. Prior to founding VAHA, she had palyed key leadership roles such as; Laboratory Director with Ringland Medical, Assistant Lecturer with Florence Nightingale Biomedical Institute, Secondary school tutor and STEM mentor. One of her key interests has been to mentor and groom other public health change agents around the globe and so far she is providing mentorship and training to many aspiring young public health leaders under her volunteer program.