Ellenore is a medical doctor and health manager with a PhD in holistic health and integrating spiritual care into patients’ management, a master’s degree in bio-ethics and health law and a diploma in health systems management and executive leadership. She is a social justice ambassador with over 10 years of experience in health and social development at UP. Ellenore manages interdisciplinary community development and health service delivery in informal settlements as part of her role at the COPC research unit at the University of Pretoria. She is also an emerging fellow of an executive leadership programme through UP and Harvard. Ellenore is a published author and has presented talks on health and wholeness on TV and radio. She climbed Kilimanjaro to raise awareness against human trafficking in 2012 and speaks on ethical, health and social development issues as an outflow of the community work she is doing for the most vulnerable in South Africa. She is the managing director of the Tebelo NPC the focus of which is to contribute to access to health, nutrition and education for the most vulnerable. This strengthens her informal settlement health work at the University of Pretoria.